London, United Kingdom, August 16, 2018
The European Medical Journal has published the latest edition of the EMJ Reproductive Health eJournal, which includes a comprehensive review of this year’s European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) Congress, held in Barcelona, Spain.
During a captivating 4-day event, attendees from around the globe flocked to Barcelona, where the focus of ESHRE was very much on the celebration of 40 years of assisted reproductive technology (ART), alongside the use and outcomes of ART embryo implantation failure, modelling of the post implantation stages of embryo development in vitro, and preconception genetic testing; highlights of these fascinating topics can be found in this publication’s comprehensive Congress Review.
Ignite your passion for reproductive health with the eJournal’s assortment of peer-reviewed articles on topics ranging from the subject of having children after cancer to reproductive function and fertility in women with congenital adrenal hyperplasia. In addition, a hand-picked selection of abstracts presented by the researchers themselves at ESHRE 2018 are available, giving an insight into the latest developments within the field.
EMJ Reproductive Health 4.1 is sure to generate discussion, presenting stimulating content that will no doubt lead to further developments and breakthroughs across the discipline.
If you would like more information about this publication, please call Stacey Rivers at +44 (0) 1245 334450, or email [email protected].
Notes to Editors
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