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More than a hundred experts share experiences and research in assisted reproduction in Alicante

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The mayor of Alicante, Gabriel Echávarri, inaugurated on Saturday March 4 the XII ANACER Congress where they have analyzed the new advances in Reproductive Medicine

XII-Congreso-Anacer_UR-Vistahermosa_reproducción-asistida-alicante_marzo-2017_web-310x207The mayor of Alicante, Gabriel Echávarri, welcomed the city of Alicante to more than a hundred specialists in Reproductive Medicine who have come together at the XII ANACER Congress. “In this congress lies the magic of life; I want to thank those present who have dedicated their lives to the lives of others, “said Echávarri. In his presentation, he emphasized that Alicante is one of the best destinations for holding professional meetings because “it has suitable facilities, an interesting complementary offer, in addition to a unique climate and environment. Likewise, I advise the congressmen to take a stroll along the Esplanade and the harbor, to climb the Castle of Santa Barbara and taste some of the rice from Alicante.

The director of the Reproductive Unit Vistahermosa, Jose López Gálvez, emphasized in his speech that “the main objective of the annual meetings held annually by ANACER is” the debate, exchange, participation and collaboration of all clinics of the association, Located in different parts of our country, and our laboratories to share experiences, new techniques, knowledge and doubts ”

The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of the Miguel Hernández University, Antonio Campañ, emphasized the excellent results obtained in the training of professionals of the Masters in Reproductive Medicine and Genetics, jointly organized by the Chair of Clinical Reproductive Biomedicine Vistahermosa, Area Of Cellular Biology of the Faculty of Medicine of the UMH and the Units of Reproduction and Genetics of the Hospital HLA Vistahermosa.

The conference has focused on the latest research in Reproductive Genetics; The incorporation of state-of-the-art technology, such as time lapse systems, to reproductive medicine; As well as the need to make society aware of the importance of preserving fertility in oncological patients of childbearing age or in cases of delayed motherhood.

The “Embryo Transfer” was the subject of the first colloquium where the director of the Reproductive Unit of the Inmaculada Hospital of XII-Congreso-Anacer_UR-Vistahermosa_fertilidad-alicante_marzo-2017_web-310x207Granada, Luis Martínez, spoke about “Deferred cryotransfer in IVF” and the specialist of the center Procrear de Reus, Ignacio Mazzanti, Has lectured on the vitrification of good quality embryos. In the talk about “Genetic Testing”, Dr. Isabel Ochando, a member of the team of the Genetics Unit Vistahermosa, has revealed her research on “Genetic Polymorphisms in Assisted Reproduction”; While the director of the Reproductive Andrology Unit CREA of Valencia, Miguel Ruiz, has addressed the “Fragmentation of sperm DNA”.

Norwegian Fertility Society president Jon Hausken as a pioneer in Time Lapse technology has explained how these state-of-the-art incubators increase success rates. Also, the biostatistics of the CEFIVA of Asturias, Fernando Graña, has debunked the statistics obtained with this leading technology.

The block dedicated to the preservation of fertility was carried out by the doctor of the HLA Reproductive Unit Vistahermosa, Ruth Sánchez, with the lecture “Oncology and Reproduction Assisted” and the scientific director of the Institute Extremeño of Assisted Reproduction (IERA), Santiago Álvarez , With an intervention on “Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation”.

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