Tamer Seckin, MD
The black hole: what we don’t see in endometriosis

EFA’s Sixth Annual Medical Conference: Ending Endometriosis Starts at the Beginning 

EFA Medical Conference 2015

The Black Hole: What we don’t see in endometriosis

Tamer Seckin, MD

Rob Taylor, MD:  Good morning, I am Rob Taylor from Winston Salem and it is my pleasure actually to introduce our first speaker this morning. A man who actually requires very, very little introduction but I do want to say that Dr. Seckin has been practicing gynecology and fantastic endometriosis surgery here at this hospital, Lenox Hill, for over 30 years. He is well known to all of us. He is the co-founder of the Endometriosis Foundation of America. I am really excited that he is kicking off the lectures this morning with a cosmological perspective that I think a number of us have picked up on in the theme of this symposium, the Black Hole of Endometriosis. Tamer, please…

 

Tamer Seckin, MD:  Thank you, good morning. Before that Lone has also put up the history of the Foundation and what we have done. I think I am just going to run a couple of slides of what we have done in the past.

 

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