Task Force of SEUD

SEUD’s objective is to focus attention on a group of diseases that negatively affect womens’ health and fertility, to achieve this goal SEUD develops and encourages researches.

SEUD Task Forces aims to improve disease management and reduce the impact on women’s lives thanks to researches.
The goal is to establish a broad network of basic, translational and clinical investigators in Science and Clinical Care (mainly related to symptoms) and to function under the aegis of SEUD to improve and develop interest amongst SEUD members.

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB) Task Force

AUB is a significant clinical entity. AUB and its sub group, heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB), are common conditions affecting 14–25% of women of reproductive age (1 out of 3 women) and have a significant impact on their physical, social, emotional and material quality of life.

AUB Task Force is coordinated by Professor Hilary Critchley (Edinburg,Scotland), Professor Ian Fraser (Sydney, Australia) and Professor Malcolm Munro (Los Angeles, USA).

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