Chemicals in personal care and household products linked to earlier puberty in girls

Human Reproduction Press Release
Chemicals that are widely used in personal care and household products are linked to girls entering puberty at earlier ages, according to findings from a long-running study of mothers and children.


Cyber fraud warning

We would like to flag up an incident of cyber fraud/phishing which has been brought to our attention. The private mailbox of one of ESHRE’s leading officers has recently been hacked. Their digital identity was used to ask for financial assistance by e-mail. Unsuspecting individuals were thus misled. Although there has been no security breach of ESHRE’s own internet or other ICT systems, it is clear that the ESHRE community is being used by cyber criminals to engage in unlawful activities. With this message we hope to warn our membership and indeed all those who participate in our events and activities against cyber fraud. We would particularly like to draw your attention to the risks of fraudulent websites and companies that pretend to offer registration and hotel accommodation for our events (e.g. Annual Meeting). Don’t hesitate to contact us when suspicious incidents occur or possible scam e-mails end up in your inbox.


Call for abstracts ESHRE 2019

Abstract submisssion is now open. We invite you to submit your latest research work for presentation at ESHRE 2019. All abstracts must arrive at the ESHRE Central Office no later than 1 February 2019.


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