Reproductive medicine is one of the most exciting scientific and clinical areas. Every month brings announcements of research developments, medical 'firsts', new rulings by regulatory bodies, or ethical controversies – often sparking heated debate among practitioners in the field themselves, as well as ethicists, legislators, the media and the public.
ESHRE's annual meeting is the forum where more than 5,000 of the world's leading experts in reproductive medicine gather to give the first public presentation of their latest research findings and to discuss issues that are presenting law-makers and ethicists with some of the most challenging problems and difficult decisions currently facing society.
We welcome the media to the meeting. All sessions are open to journalists and registration is free to bona fide journalists on presentation of official press credentials. A media centre with computers, fax, printing, photocopying and free local and international telephone facilities and internet connections will be available.
English, French and German-speaking press office staff will be on hand to assist you. But please note: the official conference language is English. There are no simultaneous translations.
To register: download the registration form from http://www.eshre.com/ecm/main.asp?lan=62&typ=377
and fax(with a photocopy of your press credentials) to:
Mary Rice (media relations)
For more information contact Mary Rice or visit the ESHRE website: http://www.eshre.com
You may register on site providing that you produce official press credentials. [Business cards are not acceptable].
Hotel rooms can be booked on-line at http://www.eshre.com/ecm/main.asp?lan=62&typ=319
For more information about hotel accommodation please contact:
Mrs. Andrea Kirmse
CPO HANSER SERVICE GmbH
Paulsborner Strasse 44
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