On behalf of the Endometriosis Foundation of America (EFA), President and Chief Medical Officer Tamer Seckin, MD, attended The World Endometriosis Society’s (WES) 11th World Congress on Endometriosis 2011 in Montpellier, France.
Dr. Seckin offered his expertise as a world–renowned surgeon on endometriosis
and will participate in the global meeting forum on the “WES 2011 Montpellier Consensus for the Management of Endometriosis." The goal of the forum is to achieve a consensus of how endometriosis can be managed. All of those who are involved with the field of endometriosis will represent from their national and regional societies and contribute their expertise in the session.
The World Congress on Endometriosis
is held every three years, and attracts more than 1000 delegates and accompanying partners, which include clinicians and scientists, and their trainees. The World Congress is an important conference for the presentation and discussion of new developments in the field of endometriosis. It also brings significant opportunity for experts alike to present new findings from both the clinical and scientific perspectives.
The forum focused on endometriosis
from the clinical and scientific perspectives featuring presentation sessions over the course of six days. More than 500 oral and poster sessions, including keynote and debate sessions took place to further explore and understand endometriosis.
ABOUT DR. TAMER SECKIN
Ranked among America's Top Surgeons & Gynecologists, Dr. Seckin has more two than decades of experience and has established himself internationally as a leading specialist in Advanced Laparoendoscopic Surgery for the treatment of endometriosis
and associated pelvic pain
pathologies. Through his founding of the EFA, Dr. Seckin has lent a voice and sense of urgency to endometriosis
. Dr. Seckin also presides over the EFA’s Annual Medical/Scientific conference on endometriosis, which brings together an international consortium of experts and opinion leaders from the realms of molecular science, research, industry, surgery and those struggling with the illness. The Foundation will host its third annual symposium, “Going to the Roots for the Next Generation,” during Endometriosis Awareness Month in March 2012.
The Endometriosis Foundation of America
is a nonprofit organization focused on fighting against the devastating effects of a disease that affects 176 million of women and adolescent girls globally. Through significant research facilitation, increased awareness, education and advocacy, the EFA is committed to improving affected individuals' lives by early detection and treatment. For further information, please visit www.endofound.org.
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