Debates in the medical, juridical and psychological fields were conducted within the session of scientific communication organised by The Romanian Society of Clinical Sexology and Human Procreation (SRSCPU).
The President of SRSCPU – Associate Professor Nițescu Vasile, PhD (Fig. 1) wished to emphasise the fact that the purpose of this session is to inform and to promote interdisciplinary actions for solving the complex implications of the sexual behaviour, because sexology, vital for the procreation of healthy babies and the fertility of the Romanian people and perpetuation of our human species, represents an important issue.
Thanks to our partners, particularly “Central Laboratory of REGINA MARIA – The Private Health Care Network”, we discussed about uterine cervix cancer, breast cancer and colorectal cancer screening and the specific tests indicated in each type of disease.
We would like to take this opportunity and express our gratitude towards Professor Bogdan Marinescu, PhD (Fig. 1), General Dan Voinea, Professor, PhD (Fig. 2), Lecturer Cojocaru Manole, PhD and Psychologist Pescaru Valentin, thanks to whom this session had an outstanding impact on science (Fig. 3. a, b).
Given their intention to engage as many specialties as possible (either medical or other types) within its research departments, SRSCPU is in a process of organising certain branches in the large academic centres, such as the Universities in Cluj, Brașov, Constanța, Sibiu or Târgu-Jiu.
Within this session, there was also organised a videoconference with Academician Andy Petroianu, PhD from the Faculty of Medicine of Minas Gerais, in Brazil, the first one of this kind in the country (Fig. 4 a, b, c).
The international magazine “Journal of Clinical Sexology”, which is EBSCO and SCIPIO- indexed, continues to publish articles from various medical specialties, such as neurosurgery, obstetrics- gynaecology, surgery, etc.