R.N.T. Doctor’s Research Paper is selected as National Faculty
Dr. K.R. Sharma, Researcher at Fertility Centre of R.N.T. Medical College has come to the conclusion that every 50 babies out of 70,000 children born every day in India are undergoing Klinefelter's syndrome, a genetic disorder.
Dr. K.R. Sharma, Researcher at Fertility Centre of R.N.T. Medical College has come to the conclusion that every 50 babies out of 70,000 children born every day in India are undergoing Klinefelter’s syndrome, a genetic disorder.
Dr. Sharma is invited to attend an Annual Function going to be organized in Ahmedabad on 6th Jan for all Heart and General Medicine specialists.
Dr. Sharma said, “In India it is a common trend to blame women for not able to give birth, however, the fact is that man is 40 percent responsible and so is woman.”
Dr. Sharma stated, “It is known from an international research that every 11th couple is unable to give birth to child and there could be many reasons for this.”
“A person suffering from Klinefelter’s syndrome can be given testosterone in fixed quantity; this could further help in reducing many ailments from patient”, mentioned Dr. Sharma. He also said that R.N.T Medical College is one of the best institutes known for Human Fertility Research Centre.
Dr. Sharma’s research on Klinefelter’s syndrome has been selected on national level. Dr. Sharma will read the research paper in an annual function which will be organized in a joint association of Physician Association of Ahmedabad, Physician of Indian Origin, America and various other research organizations.