HPV vaccine critics will be taken head-on with Dr. Basil Donovan's Keynote Address, "The Success Story of HPV Vaccination in Australia -- What Can We Learn?"
Frederick, Maryland (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
ASCCP announces its Biennial Scientific Meeting and 50th Anniversary to take place April 9-12 in Scottsdale, Arizona. This important event will feature the latest issues including debates on Human papillomavirus, and the Updated Consensus Management Guidelines for Abnormal Cervical Cytology and Cervical Cancer Precursors, and other critical lower genital tract topics. More information can be found at http://www.asccp.org/2014.
The 2014 ASCCP Biennial takes HPV vaccine critics head-on with Dr. Basil Donovan and his address: “The Success Story of HPV Vaccination in Australia -- What Can We Learn?” Professor Donovan is Head of the Sexual Health Program at the Kirby Institute at the University of New South Wales and he practices at the Sydney Sexual Health Centre, Sydney Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
Rounding out the three-day program, speakers will discuss topics such as: HPV as primary screening, the Updated Consensus Guidelines for managing abnormal cervical cancer screening tests, optimizing colposcopy accuracy, anal cancer trends, vulvodynia, and more. This unique program will bring together attendees from across the medical community to engage in these headlining medical education subjects.
This year’s event will take place at the Westin Kierland Hotel. Early-bird registration and hotel cutoff dates are coming up quickly. Corporate industry and media are welcome to register. Contact ASCCP directly for more registration details: http://www.asccp.org.
Now in its 50th year, the ASCCP continues to hold Biennial Scientific Meetings to support its primary educational mission: To improve clinician competence and performance and patient outcomes through educational activities focused on the study, prevention, diagnosis, and management of lower genital tract disorders. The ASCCP was founded in 1964 and is a 501 (c)(3) organization.