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FILM: Female Fertility – What Does the Future Hold?

8 November 2021
By BioNews
Appeared in BioNews 1120

This film documents the Progress Educational Trust event 'Female Fertility: What Does the Future Hold?', produced in partnership with the Scottish Government.

(If you cannot see the film of the event below, click here to view it.)


Introduction
0:00:00 Sarah Norcross
Director, Progress Educational Trust

Presentations
0:01:07 Professor Siladitya Bhattacharya
Head of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen
0:10:13 Professor Colin Duncan
Professor of Reproductive Medicine and Science, University of Edinburgh
0:20:17 Professor Richard Anderson
Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Edinburgh
0:32:49 Dr Rita Vassena
Scientific Director, Eugin Group

Discussion
0:46:16 Responses to audience questions and comments

This film was made by Video Production Edinburgh.

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