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Gestational diseases and disorders in pregnancy: prevention, identification, treatment and control

18 Oct 2013 - 18 Oct 2013 - London, UK



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Gestational maternal diseases and disorders, brought on by pregnancy, can impact on maternal and foetal health both during and after pregnancy. This event aims is to look at current research and practice into early identification of disease development and treatment that has low foetal impact.

This event has CPD accreditation and is part of the 2013 Pregnancy Summit - www.PregnancySummit2013.com

Who Should Attend

Biotech and Pharma Industry : CEOs, Chief Scientists, Group Heads, Senior and Junior Scientists, Research working in the field of autoimmunity or pregnancy

Academic and Research Institutes: Group and Lab Heads, Postdoctoral Scientists and Research Students working in the field of autoimmunity or pregnancy

Clinicians: Anyone working in the field of pregnancy and diagnosing pregnancy-related illnesses and pregnancy outcome

Contact:  enquiries@euroscicon.com, Ph: 07507 799380



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