The empowerment and autonomy of women and the improvement of their political, social, economic and health status is a highly important goal in itself. In addition, it is essential for the achievement of sustainable development.
The full participation and partnership of both women and men is required in productive and reproductive life, including shared responsibilities for the care and nurturing of children and maintenance of the household.
During her successful career of 25+ years, she has handled thousands of IVF and ICSI cases. One of the prominent names in embryology in India, DrGoral Gandhiis a chief embryologist and an assisted reproductive techniques trainer at International School of Reproductive Medicine and Embryology. In addition to this, she has trained over 500 embryologists from over 18 countries in vitrification for eggs and embryo cryopreservation.
In 1989, Dr Goral Gandhi decided to become something that, given the old times, was considered as a taboo. Her journey began in London and she later completed her Master’s in Applied Biology from King Edward Memorial Hospital, University of Mumbai. Her career as an embryologist began in 1996. Today, she is a pioneer in the field of egg freezing.
Women tend to think about their biological clock at least once in a lifetime. Dr Goral Gandhi IVF consultant believes that this process is especially extremely tough for women who are suffering from severe illnesses like cancer or for those who are not ready to become a mother but want to become one in the future.
Her venture Indo Nippon IVF offers many sensitive issues that could affect how a woman perceives herself. “Many women worry that their biological clock may run out of time and they may never have the opportunity to experience the charms of motherhood”, says, Dr Goral Gandhi.
Women like Goral Gandhi are empowering women and helping couples through their accurate knowledge and clinical expertise, along with the compassionate attitude towards ensuring their patient’s well-being.