Just do it because this article states nothing and an arab spoke: Jeddah Congress Focuses on Gynecological Problems
Dr. Samir Abbas addressing the congress on diseases related to gynecology and andrology in Jeddah. (AN photo)
JEDDAH, 2 May 2007 — More than 500 doctors took part in a congress on diseases related to gynecology and andrology, which was hosted by Dr. Samir Abbas Medical Centers in Jeddah last week. The congress discussed the hereditary aspects of the embryos, stem cell researches and men’s problems including senility and impotency.
The conference was held in the context of the celebration marking the 20th year of the birth of the first test tube baby at the center and the first year of the birth of children by a genetic diagnosis technique.
The technique offers a solution to the hereditary problems related to blood, especially sickle cell diseases.
Addressing the congress, Dr. Samir Abbas said the congress was part of the medical center’s program of continuous medical education and training of doctors across the Kingdom.
“The congress succeeded in deliberating on the advancement of medical science, especially in gynecology and andrology with updates on latest technologies,” he said.
Workshops on ultrasound and artificial insemination preceded the congress, with 50 professors and specialists from the Kingdom and the rest of the Arab world giving presentations.