Abu Dhabi: Gulf
Minister of Tolerance, Sheikh Nayyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, in the presence of Dr. Amal Abdullah Al Qubaisi, President of the Federal National Council, opened the fourth annual conference on the latest developments in promoting success of reproductive technology (ANNO) 2018, organized by the International Center for the Treatment of Infertility on Middle East Plodnost »at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers – Abu Dhabi hotel.
The conference will be attended by experts in the field of obstetrics, gynecology and obstetrics and representatives of medical laboratories, who will present the latest research in the reproductive world.
Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak welcomed the speakers and participants of this conference with the latest developments in reproductive technology in the world, pointing out that this conference coincides with the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahya's "God Bless Him" and his achievements and wisdom, education of women and their participation in state progress.
"At the second conference in 2016, I emphasized the importance of hope, because hope plays a great part in the success of your work and hope that men and women will become fathers and mothers to ensure a better future," he said.
He emphasized the importance of linking your work with the Ministry of Tolerance, emphasizing the importance of interaction of children with tolerance values. It is natural that the UAE, an oasis of security, has good education that broadens its horizons and improves their understanding of different people, ideas, beliefs and customs. "Children in the UAE are growing with many cultural diversity for more than 200 nationalities. While children live in the global community, they must learn as world citizens."
Dr. Homan Fatimi, a specialist in reproductive medicine, genital surgery and medical director of the IVI Center for Fertility Centers in the Middle East, said that the techniques of assisted progression from great progress achieved great success from their inception, an effective means of treating infertility, reducing abortion rates and promoting effective family planning.
The conference focused on precision criteria for ovarian reserve, hidden effects of ovarian cells and the future of artificial fertilization. Additionally, the conference discussed the latest embryology solutions.