Wim Daniëls and Dick Schoot: the womb
Lezing/Debat - Tuesday 23 May 2017Dinsdag 23 mei 2017 Vanaf 19:30 tot 22:00
Wim Daniëls en Dick Schoot: de baarmoeder, Emmasingel 22, 5611 AZ, Eindhoven
Where did you spend nine months of your life without having to be aware of it? Yes, in the womb. If this organ were not there, you would not exist.
Everything you are in your natural state is formed in this design agency that makes people. Despite the vital importance of this organ, it is largely unknown to many. But in that, gynecologist Dick Schoot and the interested lay wim Daniel's change. How does a pregnancy occur in the uterus? Why is not that sometimes according to the booklet? How does it work if there are multiple fetuses? What happens in the uterus during menstruation? In this book, two men explain in simple, accessible and pleasant manner how the uterus works precisely, both in fertilized and non-fertilized conditions.
The womb focuses on a wide audience and shows where we all come from no one. It is a spectacular book in its attempt to explain life in an understandable way.
Dick Schoot is a gynecologist at the Catharina Hospital in Eindhoven, where he mainly deals with minimally invasive gynecology: operations where the cut wound is minimized. In addition, he is a part-time professor at the University Hospital of Ghent.
Wim Daniëls wrote a large number of books on various subjects. He also compiled several dictionaries and published a literary storytelling. In addition, he performs in the theater and is regularly scheduled for television and on the radio.