The 5th Annual Canadian Fertility Show Will Host Its Virtual Event Saturday, on February 5 2022, to help the one in six Canadian couples struggling with fertility
The show is designed for anyone looking to expand their family through natural pregnancy, medically-assisted pregnancy, and adoption. The event will feature a wide variety of keynote speakers who are specialists in their fields, all focused on the promotion of healthy family development.
“One in six couples in Canada have difficulty conceiving,” says Dr. Jodie Peacock, N.D., event organizer and one of the highly anticipated keynote speakers. “I’m organizing this show to let people know they are not alone. There is a significant amount of support and resources available to help those struggling with fertility concerns by optimizing their own fertility or to exploring alternative options.”
The launch of the Canadian Fertility Show 5 years ago has proven that people in Canada are looking for support and education in this field
It is a great opportunity to access fertility optimization and family development resources together. There are similar shows running in Europe, but this is the only show of this proportion in Canada. The Canadian Fertility Show is the place to get advice from distinguished industry leading executives in the fields of sperm and egg donation, natural fertility optimization, IVF, and adoption.
Visitors of the show will have the opportunity to listen to 16 speaker lectures, as well as explore over 20 vendors on the trade show floor. Vendors will include everything from traditional fertility clinics, to naturopathic medical clinics, natural health products, egg and sperm donation to acupuncturists. As the show is virtual people can attend from the comfort of their own home and the platform is available for 30 days after the show to watch any lectures or visit any booths you may have missed the day of the show.
For more information or to purchase a ticket visits www.canadianfertilityshow.ca
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