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Fertility doctors to inspect clinics over quacks

The Association of Fertility and Reproductive Health (AFRH) has said that it would soon embark on inspection of practitioners’ facilities to keep quack at bay…

The Association of Fertility and Reproductive Health (AFRH) has said that it would soon embark on inspection of practitioners’ facilities to keep quack at bay while maintaining minimum standard.

According to the AFRH President, Dr Faye Iketubosin, the association is also coming up with new ethics standard for members within the next few weeks.

Speaking in Lagos on the forthcoming international conference, Iketubosin said: “This is not the first time we are doing this, we carried out similar exercise out two years ago. The whole effort is to check our members if there practices meet international standards,” he said 

On the international conference fertility, chairman of organizing committee, Dr. Yomi Ajayi noted that the Nigerian cultural background of social isolation for infertile couples make ART practice in the country relevant with an estimated 25 per cent suffering from one fertility related issue or the other adding that available evidence shows that a significant proportion of infertility is amendable through ART intervention.

With the theme, “New frontiers in reproductive technology”, Ajayi said this year’s event which will hold in Lagos on September 26-28, 2018, is expected to explore integrating innovative technology into treatment options and offers wide array of services in reproductive health education with emphasis on fertility services.

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