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9th SEUD ANNUAL
CONGRESS

Endometriosis and uterine disorders:

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WEBINAR
Tuesday, August 30th 2022
06pm to 07pm (GMT+2)

The management
of uterine fibroids
Supported By MYOVANT Sciences
with an unrestricted Educational Grant
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The aim of the Society of Endometriosis and Uterine Disorders (SEUD) is to provide an international scientific platform supporting better management of benign gynecological diseases and related uterine dysfunctions.

9th SEUD congress

March, 16-18, 2022
Abu Dhabi, UAE

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About us

Find out more about the Society of Endometriosis and Uterine Disorders (SEUD) and our goals

Our Board

Our Board comprises of leading experts from around the world

Congress

The coming 9th SEUD Annual Congress will be taking place in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, from March 16th to 18th 2023.

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Raise Awareness

SEUD’s objective is to focus attention on a group of diseases that negatively affect womens’ health and fertility, including endometriosis, adenomyosis, uterine fibroids, polyps, heavy menstrual bleeding and uterine malformations.

Improve Lives

SEUD aims to improve disease management and reduce the impact on women’s lives through focused debate on disease awareness, pathogenesis, risk factors, diagnosis and medical/surgical treatments.

Share Knowledge

SEUD also represents an international forum to promote education and training for a new generation of young experts with new perspectives based on translational research experience.

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If you’re a doctor or healthcare professional, you can join us to get access to our exclusive resources and to meet the best minds in the area of Endometriosis.

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