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World-renowned leaders in the field of Ob/Gyn and infertility will review advances, breakthroughs and controversies in the field via roundtable discussions, debates, and lectures. Highlights will include the “Robert G. Edwards Nobel Prize Laureate” lecture, cutting edge “countercurrent” lectures by leading experts “who think differently”, an inspiring fetomaternal medicine program, sessions on early prenatal diagnosis, pregnancy support, age-related risks, nutrition, the epidemic of multiple pregnancies, HPV, menopause, and more.


Created in 1990 by doctors from the 12 member states, the European Medical Association was established as an “international foundation pursuing a scientific aim” according to the Belgian law dating 25/10/1919.  It is a unique, independent non-profit organization, which offers every European Community doctor the opportunity to: Join a European network of doctors, Add a European dimension to their professional and social life, Actively influence the development of European Health Care.


The Society of Fetal Medicine is a global forum of Indian origin that envisions offering every fetus an optimal outcome. The Society has already embarked on its mission of opening minds to fetal needs and is a continuously evolving multidisciplinary organization with members from the fields of obstetrics, genetics, fetal medicine, ultrasound, radiology, pediatrics, pediatric surgery, neonatology, pediatric cardiology, laboratory medicine, laboratory technology, infertility, community medicine, medical statistics, medical ethics, social work and psychology. The Society's primary objectives are to promote and expand education and research in fetal medicine and facilitate rapid translation of research findings into clinical application. The society encourages and organizes continuing professional education programs, promotion of public awareness, advocating standards of practice and enunciating clinical and technical guidelines.


SEUD 5th annual congress will take place at the Hotel Bonaventure in Montreal, Canada from May 16th to May 18th 2019.The main theme of next year’s meeting will be “Abnormal uterine bleeding and fibroids: from bench to bedside”. It reflects the very common issues gynecologists, as well as general practitioners, are faced with every day.  Endometriosis and adenomyosis will also be at the forefront of this scientific program which will also feature debates, live surgical retransmissions, national symposia, and sponsored symposia, free communications, posters, and attractive pre-congress courses. Science is always evolving, new fundamental pathways are discovered, new imaging techniques to help make the most accurate diagnosis, new or revisited medical and surgical treatments; but most importantly, our goal is to put all of this together to offer a comprehensive program providing new knowledge, take-home messages, tips and tricks, all for the better care of your patients.