September 2019: Do microbes in female reproductive function matter?

Journal Club Global

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This Journal Club Global is in Japanese.

Yoshiharu Morimoto (HORAC Grand Front Osaka Clinic) host the event with invited experts: Koichi Kyono (Kyono ART Clinic), Masahide Shiotani (Hanabusa Women's Clinic), Yoshiharu Nakaoka (IVF Namba Clinic), Shinnosuke Komiya (HORAC Grand Front Osaka Clinic), and Daisuke Kadogami (IVF Namba Clinic).

This esteemed group discusses the recent Fertility and Sterility Views and Reviews from August 2018, "Uterine microbiota and chronic endometritis, how to interpret results and how to treat?"
Questions and issues addressed include:

  • The impact of the microbiome on reproductive health and disease
  • The importance of Lactobacillus species in the diverse microbial ecology within the human body
  • The challenges and difficulties in the detection of uterine dysbiosis and how it may impact reproductive function
  • Differences between acute and chronic endometritis and how it should be treated

This Journal Club Global is hosted by Fertility and Sterility's Video and New Media Editor, Kurt Barnhart (Unviersity of Pennsylvania).


Register to view the event here: https://www.workcast.com/register?cpak=9391407650918730

View the archive for all Journal Club Global videos here: https://www.fertstert.org/content/video

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