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Outstanding expert with more than 30 years of experience in fertility treatment who has been working using in vitro methods since IVF was first available in Poland. Certified gynecologist, obstetrician and andrologist. Coordinating medical staff at Klinika Bocian in Warsaw, he concentrates on providing the highest standards of medical care and treatment to every patient.
Warsaw Medical University graduate with experience in obstetrics and gynecology gained through her work at the Institute of Mother and Child. She has completed fetal ultrasonography course organized by the Fetal Medicine Foundation in London and Laparoscopic Psychomotor Skills course in Lisbon.
Graduate of Silesian Medical University. Head of Obstetrics & Gynecology Department with academic experience gained through his work at the Department of Anatomy, Silesian Medical University. Holder of certification in Advances in Female Pelvic Surgery: Surgical Skills Masterclass issued by the School of Surgery Paris Hospital Group.
Graduate of the Medical University in Lodz. Specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. Helps patients in the treatment of gynecological diseases, infertility, and also conducts pregnancy.
Graduate of the Medical University in Minsk, Belarus, where she also gave lectures at the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department. She has many years of experience in diagnosing and treating infertile patients also using in vitro procedure.
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