1st International Middle East Fetal-Neonatal Cardiovascular Disease Conference
A wise person once said that if we love our children more than any animosity we hold for one another, then the world will truly be a much better place. Children are our future, and their health and well-being are critical to our society. It is now clear that human health throughout life starts with good prenatal care before birth. With a rising pediatric population in the Middle East, developing nations in the region are focusing greater attention on prenatal, infant and pediatric healthcare, thereby investing in the future.
The advent of the Abraham Accords between Israel, the United Araba Emirates, and other Arab neighbors, has created opportunities for collaboration and exchange. The field of medicine is an example where common interests in healing and improving the human condition can be a strong catalyst for international collaboration, with the mutual goals of sharing knowledge, improving outcomes for our patients, and building sustainable relationships for friendly exchange.