Third Annual Endometriosis Foundation of America Scientific/Surgical Symposium

Third Annual Endometriosis Foundation of America Scientific/Surgical Symposium

Third Annual Endometriosis Conference March 15, 2012


Hosted by the Endometriosis Foundation of America


March 14, 2012 | FREE Education Day for Residents, Specialists, and Fellows
March 15, 2012 
| 3rd Annual EFA Congress | Science & Surgery Lectures



REGISTRATION FEES
Registration fees include access to all educational lectures, live surgery podcast, breakout sessions, discussion groups PLUS breakfast, lunch and refreshments each day of attendance.

March 14, 2012 - FREE (Seating is limited and you MUST pre-register for confirmed admittance)
March 15, 2012 - $100 (Open to physicians, health practitioners, patients and general public) 




Precongress Education Day Endometriosis Conference

Join the Endometriosis Foundation of America as we explore provocative and compelling topics regarding endometriosis in future generations of women!

March 15, 2012
Einhorn Auditorium at Lenox Hill Hospital
131 E. 76th Street | between Park & Lex
New York City


Program Chair
Tamer Seckin, MD | President, EFA


Scientific Program Chair
Harry Reich, MD

CY Liu, MD



Lectures Include:

*The Role of Hysterectomy in Treatment of Endometriosis and Adenomyosis
*Doctor, Can You Hear Me? Challenging Case Panels presented by Patients
*The Future of Endometriosis Research
*Genetics, Epigenetics and Stem Cell
*Excision Surgery That Gives, Not Takes Away
*Laparoscopic Surgery in Adolescents
*Simple Procedures to Reduce Unnecessary Surgeries


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