British Fertility Society annual scientific meeting

October 27, 2003

The British Fertility Society will hold its annual meeting from 31 March to 2 April 2004 in Cheltenham, UK.

The annual scientific meeting is held over three days and includes plenary sessions, prize paper sessions, short communication sessions and two lectureships - The Patrick Steptoe memorial lecture and the H S Jacobs president's lecture.

Trade symposia will also be held, and pre and post congress specialist educational workshops are also available to delegates. This meeting is planned to be of interest to all constituent groups within the society.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
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