Global experts to share latest aances in reproductive medicine

Dubai, 23rd February, 2015 (WAM): Fakih IVF Fertility Center, one of the leading Infertility, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Genetics and IVF centers in the GCC Region is hosting this year its 4th UAE Reproductive Symposium, a two-day symposium in Dubai where leading global experts will gather to discuss the latest aances in reproductive medicine.

In keeping with Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s vision of making Dubai a center of medical excellence, this year’s Reproductive Symposium 2015 to be held on February 25 – 26, 2015 at Jumeirah Beach Hotel will present a comprehensive overview of the medical and technological aancements in reproductive medicine to help physicians provide better care for their patients.

The symposium will be attended by obstetricians, gynecologists, urologists, infertility specialists, embryologists, lab personnel, nurses and trainees who will hear presentations and case studies from different faculty speakers from Italy, India, Australia, Lebanon, USA, UK, Spain, Belgium and Dubai.

Dr Michael Fakih, Chairman of Fakih IVF, said: “We are pleased to host this year’s UAE Reproductive Symposium which is aimed at contributing to medical excellence. For the past three years, we have been very successful in bringing together medical experts from around the world who present the latest aances in reproductive medicine. Our goal is to help couples achieve a successful pregnancy and realize their dream of parenthood. Our medical experts are equipped with the right knowledge and expertise to achieve this goal.” Participants who will attend this symposium will be able to discuss new techniques and treatment modalities in reproductive medicine, identify current clinical challenges in reproductive medicine and in vitro fertilization and evaluate methods to individualize treatment that incorporate the above.

This year’s event has been accredited by the Ministry of Health for a total of 12 CME credits because of its high caliber of faculty and content to be presented.