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European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology Annual Meeting
Date:5/28/2010

Cheap and simple, non-invasive blood test could replace invasive diagnostic techniques for detecting chromosomal abnormalities in early pregnancy
  • The rejuvenating effects of ovarian transplants: not only can they restore fertility, but could they also lengthen life?
  • In vitro maturation: do eggs matured in the laboratory result in babies with Large Offspring Syndrome?
  • New, non-surgical treatment for uterine fibroids can improve quality of life and maintain fertility
  • How do pregnancy rates from vitrified oocytes compare with those obtained from fresh eggs?
  • Two surveys throw light on why women choose egg freezing for social rather than medical reasons
  • How does being overweight affect women's chances of successful pregnancy through ART?
  • EU requirement for viral screening at each gamete donation is expensive and unnecessary, say Irish researchers
  • Endometriosis affects women's productivity at work more than other conditions causing pelvic pain
  • Latest figures on the use of ART in Europe and across the world

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    Hanna Hanssen, ESHRE Communications Manager, on +32 (0) 2 269 0969, hanna@eshre.eu
    or conference press officer Mary Rice on +33 (0)3 21825444; mary@mrcommunication.org

    To register, download the form at:

    http://www.eshre.eu/ESHRE/English/Annual-meeting/Rome-2010/For-the-media/First-media-alert/page.aspx/586

    and fax or email it with a scanned copy of your press credentials before Wednesday 23 June to:

    Hanna Hanssen
    ESHRE Communications Manager
    Fax: +32 (0) 2 269 56 00
    Tel: +32 (0) 2 269 09 69
    Email: hanna@eshre.eu

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