Embryo Selection, Is it Ethical? and Fertility and Endometriosis

Embryo Selection, Is it Ethical? and Fertility and Endometriosis

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An evening of Ethics in Medicine:


The Ethics behind EMBRYO SELECTION


the Science of FERTILITY.


 Thursday, November 13, 2014

06:30 PM – 09:00 PM


 Heritage Sandy Springs
6110 Blue Stone Rd NE

Atlanta GA 30328

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A joint presentation and discussion by:



Masood A. Khatamee, MD FACOG

Clinical Professor, New York University School of Medicine, Department of OB/GYN

Executive Director, Fertility Research Foundation

Founder and Director, Society for the Prevention of Human Infertility (SPHI)

Author of the popular book: “Dr. Are You Listening?”


Ceana Nehzat MD FACOG FACS

Program Director, Minimally Invasive Surgery & Reproductive Medicine, Northside Hospital, Atlanta

Adjunct Clinical Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine

President, American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopy



Shahrokh C. Bagheri MD DMD FACS FICD

Chief Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, Northside Hospital

 Georgia Oral and Facial Reconstructive Surgery LLC

Assistant Professor of Surgery, Emory University School of Medicine and Georgia Regents University 



New technological advances will shape the future of humanity. With Medicine and Genetics more intertwined than ever, doctors and patients are facing new options and new dilemmas with profound ethical and scientific considerations.  In this interactive presentation Dr. Bagheri will engage our world renowned experts in fertility and embryo selection to discuss some of the fascinating and fundamental issues related to this rapidly changing field.

This presentation will unveil several important issues that will significantly impact future generations. It will include discussions of:


·          Historical perspectives on fertility and embryo selection;

         Fertility and Endometriosis;

·          The purposes of embryo selection,

·          Methods of embryo selection;

·          Media responses to embryo selection; and

·          The impact of the Hippocratic Oath.


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