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European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology 28th Annual Meeting -- Istanbul
Date:5/16/2012

The world's leading event in reproductive medicine is less than two months away. The field is one of the most exciting in journalism - and ESHRE's annual meeting one of the best sources of news and feature material. This year's event in Istanbul promises to be as scientifically and clinically strong as ever.

More than 8000 of the world's leading experts in reproduction are expected this year. More than 1700 abstracts of new research were submitted for selection, and the very best of them, selected by an independent scientific committee, will be presented in public for the very first time in Istanbul.

ESHRE welcomes journalists to the meeting, and a serviced press room with support materials, wifi connection and daily press conferences will be available. Registration is free to bona fide journalists on presentation of official press credentials.

ESHRE's media policy requires accreditation with a recognised press card or commissioning letter from an editor confirming the assignment. Before seeking registration, you should check ESHRE's media policy, which is accessible at http://www.eshre.eu/ESHRE/page.aspx/1553.

Registration in advance is recommended, but journalists may register on site provided that press credentials are provided with a formally recognised press card and/or a commissioning letter from a recognised media organisation. Business cards are not acceptable.

The official congress language is English, although press releases will be available in English and Turkish. There are no simultaneous translations.

You can download the registration form at http://www.eshre.eu/ESHRE/page.aspx/1553. Once completed, you can fax or email it with a scanned copy of your press credentials to:

Christine Bauquis
ESHRE Communications Co-ordinator
Fax: +32 (0) 2 269 56 00
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Contact: Christine Bauquis
christine@eshre.eu
32-022-636-464
European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology
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