SwimCount attented 'ESHRE Annual Meeting 2018' in Barcelona, Spain

SwimCount attented 'ESHRE Annual Meeting 2018' in Barcelona, Spain

July 04, 2018

SwimCount was present at the  ESHRE Annual Meeting 2018 in Barcelona, Spain

Mogens Thomsen, CEO, represented the Danish SwimCount Team at ESHRE these last few days (see picture below).

Mogens met with our new and recently appointed SwimCount Iberia Distributor CIMAB IBERICA and our long lasting German Distributor, GYNEMED.

The aim of ESHRE - European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology is to promote interest in, and understanding of, reproductive biology and medicine. 

The 34th Annual Meeting of ESHRE was held in Barcelona, Spain, from 1 to 4 July 2018. 

 

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