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Gender-based approach needed to broaden understanding of women’s health problems in Arab world

On average women live six to seven years longer than men.  However, the leading causes of death in women such as ischemic heart disease, stroke, lung disease, breast and cervical cancer can be easily prevented through simple screening tests and lifestyle modifications. In the past, work on women’s health was focused on the health problems of women during pregnancy and childbirth. A gender-based approach has broadened our understanding of women’s health problems and helped identify ways to address them for women of all ages.

The Obs-Gyne Exhibition & Congress 2012, organized by Informa Exhibitions in association with Arab Association of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Societies’ (AAOGS), is a platform dedicated to the scientific debate of women’s health in the Middle East.  Taking place at the International Convention & Exhibition Center, the event will continue tomorrow (3 April) with more than 800 industry professionals returning  for another day of lectures on the latest practices in midwifery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, women’s healthcare and breast cancer.

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact me on +971 50 684 2682.

You can register on-site from 8:30am – 5pm on 3rd of April 2012.

Kind regards,

Inga Stevens

PR and Social Media Manager

Tel: +971 4 4072743

Fax: +971 4 3364021

inga.stevens@informa.com

www.obs-gyne.com

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