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Welcome to the end of blind D&Cs

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Medicine and especially surgery is a field in constant evolution characterized by innovation-seeking for a safer and more efficient result for our patients.

Hysteroscopy and the surgery of the uterine cavity are an example of an unstoppable evolution in the last 20 years but more markedly during the last decade.

In contrast to this fact, blind procedures of the uterine cavity are still widely used, dilation and curettage (D&C) is a procedure that is still performed in the same way as the first time, in 1846. No evolution, no improvement, and the repercussion to women’s health are also the same.

In the GCH, we believe that this is time for a change thanks to the available technology, time to evolve from “blind” intrauterine procedures to safer “under direct vision” procedures has arrived.

This is the main reason for this meeting organized by GCH under the title of “D&C: the beginning of the end” where we will be able to finally meet again.

We invite you to be part of this historic event, to witness the beginning of a revolution led by the best surgeons and speakers. Experience live surgery in which you will see new technology “in action” where traditional “blind procedures” used to be the norm.

This is going to be a game-changing revolutionary event that will conclude with a paper signed by our organization along with members of the AAGL (Represented by Dr. Linda Bradley) and the ESGE and others declaring the end of Blind D&Cs (as well as other procedures) and a new beginning for Hysteroscopy becoming THE standard in Gynaecology.

Looking forward to seeing you soon!

Sergio Haimovich, Luís Alonso Pacheco, Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo, Tony Carugno, Miguel Ángel Bigozzi

GCH Executive Board

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