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Preeclampsia is a pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure with large amounts of protein in the urine. Elevated blood pressure is the primary symptom, but there may be others such as protein in the urine, liver or kidney abnormalities, persistent headaches, or vision changes. Breast cancer is associated with endogenous hormone levels, but the exact relationship and the underlying mechanisms remain unclear. Data from several recent epidemiological studies suggest that a woman is experiencing pre-eclampsia in their own pregnancy, or she was born to a preeclamptic pregnancy, decreased Breast cancer risk in future.
Changes in your blood vessels caused by preeclampsia may cause your capillaries to "leak" fluid into your tissues, which results in swelling. And when the tiny blood vessels in your kidneys leak, protein from your bloodstream spills into your urine. It's normal to have a small amount of protein in your urine, but more than a little bit can signal a problem. Pre-eclampsia affects up to 5% of pregnancies, and severe cases develop in about 1-2% of pregnancies. There is a risk the mother will develop fits called eclampsia. These fits can be life threatening for the mother and the baby, but they are rare.
Symptoms of Pre-eclampsia:
1. Severe or persistent headache
2. Vision changes, including double vision, blurriness, seeing spots or flashing lights, light sensitivity, or temporary loss of vision
3. Intense pain or tenderness in your upper abdomen
4. Nausea and vomiting

Scope and Importance:
Preeclampsia occurs most recurrently in first pregnancies. It is more common in women who have diabetes or who are carrying twins. Some women seem to have a strong inclination to develop the disease and experience from preeclampsia with each pregnancy. Women that develop preeclampsia paradoxically seem to have reduced incidence of developing Breast cancer. But why this serious condition may have other beneficial effects is unknown. Preeclampsia is more ordinary in daughters of women who have been affected; in many cases the disease tends to run in families. Preeclampsia can be a indication of solemn problems. It may, for example, indicate that the placenta is coming off from the uterus. In some cases, untreated preeclampsia can lead to development to eclampsia, life-threatening circumstances for both mother and fetus characterized by coma and seizures. Treatment is by bed rest and sometimes medication. If that treatment is ineffective, the initiation of labor and delivery or a C-section may have to be considered. Preeclampsia always determines a short time after the baby is born.
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List of Best International Conferences

1.   3rd World Congress Women’s Health and Breast Cancer
      October 13-15, Manchester, UK

2.   Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Conference
     November 16-18, Seattle, USA

3.   Pregnancy and Child Health Conference
     August 29-31, Sao Paulo, Brazil

4.   2nd Gynecology and Obstetrics Conference
     November 16-18, San Antonio, USA

5.   8th Euro Global Summit on Cancer Therapy 
      November 03-05, Valencia, Spain

6.   Pancreatic and Colorectal Cancer  Conference
     March 29-30, Atlanta, USA

7.   Public Health and Nutrition Conference
     March 10-12, Madrid, Spain

8.   Annual Congress on Primary Healthcare 
      April 25-27, Dubai, UAE

9.   Annual Congress Trauma and Critical Care 
      March 07-09, Madrid, Spain

10. Annual Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs
      May 12-13, Chicago, USA

11. 4th Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases Conference
      May 16-18, San Antonio, USA

12. Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy Conference
     July 28-30 Melbourne, Australia

13. 3rd Health Informatics and Technology Conference
     June 27-29, New Orleans, USA

14. Hepatitis Vaccines Conference
     June 16-18, Rome, Italy

15. 2nd Retroviruses and Novel Drugs Conference
     June 30-July 01, Cape Town, South Africa

16. 13th Global Diabetes Conference
     August 08-10, Birmingham, UK

17. 6th Global Healthcare and Fitness Summit
      August 22-24, Philadelphia, USA

18. 2nd Breast Cancer Conference
     September 19-21 Phoenix, USA

19. Cervical Cancer Conference
     September 22-23, Vienna, Austria

20. 2nd Euro Health Care and Fitness Summit
      September 26-28, London, UK

21. 5th Biometrics and Biostatistics Conference
     September 29-October 01, Miami, USA

23. 3rd Hepatitis and Liver Diseases Conference
      October 17-19, Dubai, UAE

24. 2nd Infectious Diseases Conference
      August 25-27, Philadelphia, USA

25. 10th European Breast Cancer Conference
     March 9-11, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

26. MENA Women’s Health Congress
     Nov 5-7, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

27. IMPAKT 2016 Breast Cancer Conference
     May 12-14, Brussels, Belgium

28. 3rd Conference on Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases
      June 1-3, Nanjing, China

29. 33rd Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference
      March 10-13, Miami, USA

List of Associations/Societies

1. American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Attorneys
2. Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society (CFAS)
3. American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE)
4. Department of Health and Human Services
5. American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL)
6. Genetics & Public Policy Center
7. American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)
8. International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH)
9. American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB)
10. National Center for Health Statistics
11. American Society of Clinical Oncology
12. British Association of Surgical Oncology
13. Australian Association of Smoking Cessation Professionals
14. American Society for Reproductive Medicine 15. Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility 16. European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology 17. Japan Society for Reproductive Medicine 18. Society Hill Reproductive Medicine 19. Southern African Society of Reproductive Medicine and Gynaecological Endoscopy 20. Association of Reproductive Health Professionals: ARHP

List of companies :

1) Reproductive Medicine Associates of NY, USA
2) Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine
3) Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine, USA
4) Fertility Focus limited, USA
5) Ocon Medical IUB
6) Astrazeneca plc
7) Atossa genetics inc.
8) Biotime
9) Ccc diagnostics llc
10) Clarinet
11) Dako
12) Eisai inc. (headquarters)
13) Eutropics pharmaceuticals
14) Fluxion biosciences
15) Genentech
16) Genomic health
17) Glaxosmithkline
18) Life technologies
19) Bristol-Myers Squibb
20) Merck
21) Medivation
22) FiercePharma

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