Industry experts share insights on trends in high risk pregnancy

Besides international and national experts who come together to share their knowledge and experience, around 700 delegates to participated in the LIFE Conference held at Bangalore

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(L-R) -Dr Kamini A Rao - Organizing Chairperson of the LIFE Conference & Medical Director - Milann-The Fertility Center, Shri M Lakshminarayana IAS, Principal Secretary to Government Public Works, Ports and Inland Water, Transport Department & Mr. Jasdeep Singh, CEO - Milann-The Fertility Center.

Bangalore: The 6th edition of LIFE Conference 2016, organized by International Institute for Training and Research in Reproductive Health (IIRRH) was inaugurated in the city on November 05, 2016 by Mr M Lakshminarayana, Principal Secretary to Government Public Works, Ports and Inland Water, Transport Department. The conference is all set to witness participation from international and national experts in the field of infertility and high risk pregnancy.

The two day sessions include topics on improving IVF success, effectively managing postpartum hemorrhage, accuracy of ovarian ageing, diabetes mellitus and pregnancy, recurrent pregnancy loss – genetics & beyond, and many more. Along with 80 national experts, the leading seven international faculty this year include Dr Bryan Woodward, UK, Dr Kenneth Chen, USA, Dr. Clement Ho, Hong Kong, Dr Shir Dar, Israel, Dr Bala Bhagavath, USA, Dr Neela Mukhopadhaya, UK  and Dr Sarosh Rana, USA.

Dr Kamini A Rao, a leading Infertility Specialist and Organizing Chairperson of the Life Conference said, “We are quite excited with the overwhelming response we have received for the 6th edition of LIFE Conference. It is our constant endeavor to bring the best of medical expertise, innovation and technology under one roof to discuss and debate on the possible solutions to overcome the challenges in the industry. With high risk pregnancy and infertility being one of the major health concerns today, through this year’s conference, we intend to tackle these problems and share new developments and innovations in the field of high risk obstetrics and reproductive medicine.”