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They must be international events that promote debate, collaboration and the open exchange of ideas and knowledge among experts in the life sciences arena.


A group of scientists, led by Pedro N. Barri and Anna Veiga, have published an article in the journal 'Gynecological Endocrinology' defining the options and procedures to preserve fertility.


More than 300 world-renowned experts will participate in the 2013 program, furthering B·Debate’s goal to promote collaboration and the exchange of initiatives and knowledge.


Foundation laid for clinical transfer of this gene-therapy approach to veterinary medicine and, in the future, diabetic patients.


The European Research Council has received 2,300 applications from high level researchers, 4.5% more than in 2011.


Delayed motherhood, increasing numbers of amniocenteses and assisted reproductive treatments are some of the causes that explain the jump in preterm births.


Some twenty experts in obstetrics and neonatology from around the world will debate how to reduce the number of preterm births and improve treatment of health complications these infants suffer in the long term on 16 and 17 January in Barcelona.


Now the aim of scientists at Barcelona’s Hospital Clínic is to achieve a functional cure so that patients can stop taking antiretroviral drugs, which is a very costly therapy.


One problem of introducing patient or donor stem cells is that they can provoke an immune response, experts warn at the scientific debates 'Unsolved Problems in Heart Repair' held by B·Debate in Barcelona.


More than 30 international experts, brought together by B·Debate and the Vall d’Hebron Research Institute from 28 to 30 November in Barcelona, aim to contribute solutions to treat heart failure.