Polycystic ovary syndrome: What does the future look like? Free

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In this talk, Professor Stephen Franks addresses the future of polycystic ovary syndrome, first looking at the aetiology of PCOS, then focusing on ways to improve diagnostic methods and methods of treatment. 

This talk was filmed at the RSM in London for the event Medicine and Me: Living with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome on the 9th September 2017.

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00:00:17 - PCOS: where to go next?
00:03:38 - Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) for PCOS
00:07:35 - Current challenges...
00:13:00 - PCOS: What does the future look like? Summary
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