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PCOS Congress

25.11.2024  Holiday Inn Al-Barsha, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Application Deadline:November 5th 2024
Conference themes
PCOS Congress pertains to find new ways for the prevention and treatment of PCOS and strives to change the lives of people with PCOS and allied areas like like diabetes, obesity, heart diseases, metabolic syndrome, endometrial cancer, depression and eating disorders. PCOS Congress promote the wide dissemination of scientific, technical and other knowledge relating to PCOS, facilitating the communication in a relaxed and collegial setting building relationships.
Learning objectives, training objectives
PCOS and Fertility, PCOS and Women Health, Diabetes and Heart Diseases, Immunological Approaches of fertility
Reproductive and Metabolic Disorders, Gynecological Endocrine Disorders, Stem Cell Treatment, Pathophysiology
Target Audience
Obstetrics and Gynaecologists, Diabeteologists and Endocrinologists, Andrologists and Embryologists, Gynaecological Pathologists, Gynaecological Oncologists, IVF Professionals, Pharmacotherapists, Endoscopic Surgeons
Participation Certificate to all the attendees. Best presenter, Best YRF and Best Poster awards for all the selected presenters

Enquiries and Registration:

For group participation of 3 or more, please contact us for discounts
Ms. Lexy Jackson
Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Pathology, Training for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals, Urology
Congress fees
USD 225,00
Organizer contact info
1201 N. Orange Street Suite 7160
19801 Wilmington
United States Virgin Islands
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