ASPIRE, the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction, is a unique task force of clinicians and scientists involved in the management of fertility and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). ASPIRE aims to promote awareness of infertility and ART, and to improve infertility-related services in the Asia-Pacific region.
FSRH & FPH Joint Conference:
Sex as a Public Health Issue - Navigating the Public Health Landscape Working Together Effectively' - 22 Sept, London
FSRH Current Choices, Annual Conference - 2/3 November 2017
Reproductive Medicine Online covers the formation, growth and differentiation of the human embryo. It is intended to bring to public attention to new research on biological and clinical research on human reproduction and the human embryo including relevant studies on animals. It is published by a group of scientists and clinicians working in these fields of study. Its audience comprises researchers, clinicians, practitioners, academics and patients.
The period of human embryonic growth covered is between the formation of the primordial germ cells in the fetus until mid-pregnancy. High quality research on lower animals is included if it helps to clarify the human situation. Studies progressing to birth and later are published if they have a direct bearing on events in the earlier stages of pregnancy.
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