Delaying Biological Clock and Engineering Birth

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Delaying Biological Clock and Engineering Birth - May 07, 2018

Perspective and Guidance by  a renowned  gynecologist & obstetrician

Guest of Honour - Padma Shri Dr. Indira Hinduja



Introduction :

Health is paramount to all of us and this time Fempower believes to talk on the above subject that  we hardly think, much again for lack of time and the time turns into years. 

Women these days are making name and fame, quite many are young, bright and brilliant but owing to their hectic schedule their personal time gets compromised and hence  marriage settlement is further delayed.  Besides they  are now taking a bigger and better position at the professional front but of late too much of their time pushes them to  further delay their personal life to the secondary level, not as a priority. Of late with age-related ferility decline increase of cases difficulty in pregnancy/conceiving; many of us feel that we need to look into our own lives lest it would be too late for the widening gaps. 

It is with this concern where women need to have correct  and authentic guidance from an expert on their understanding of  1) ticking biological clock, 2) solutions/options in case of difficult cases  available,  a leading and eminent expert on the subject 'Infertility, Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Embryology' has been approached and talked about this concern. The famous doctor seems to give her valuable time to address us on Assisted Reproductive Technologies[improved Medical science Birth through IVF or other medical technique and intervention]. 

Doctor Indira Hinduja extraordinary contribution in medical science pertaining to reproductive health is well known to the world; as the first doctor of India for the her successful first test tube baby and as  a  pioneer of GIFT Gamete intrafallopian transfer technique. 


About the Facilitator :

Dr. Indira Hinduja M.D., Ph.D. is an Indian gynecologist, obstetrician and infertility specialist based in Mumbai. 

She pioneered the Gamete intrafallopian transfer technique resulting in the birth of India's first GIFT baby on 4 January 1988

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Participation Fee :   insclusive of 18 % GST   
Member  Rs. 1500 
Non-Members  Rs. 2000 


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Branch Mahim (024), Mumbai

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