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Skin cancer registries MEPs Against Cancer meeting in Brussels > Patient assocation news EFPO supporting patients with hidradenitis suppurativa > Dermatologists meet tattooists in Paris During the 27 th EADV Congress > 10 th EADV Dermatological Meeting 29 November 2018, Bellinzona, Switzerland >


The leading European professional organisation for Dermatology and Venereology

President Prof Luca Borradori, together with his successor, Prof Carle Paul, and Past President Prof Erwin Tschachler, feature eminent specialists discussing the do’s and don’ts in clinical practice regarding lasers, pigmented skin lesions, acne, and syphilis and STIs. In addition, there are also practical workshops covering basic surgery, allergology, phlebology, atopic dermatitis, basic laser treatment, advanced surgery, and STI diagnosis and treatment. Finally, the Congress wraps up with the popular full-day Aesthetic Sunday programme which covers basic, advanced and hot topics in cosmetic and aesthetic dermatology. For full programme details please go to https://eadvparis2018.org/ For information about CME-CPD credits, please see page 8. I look forward to seeing you all soon! l Brigitte Dréno MD PhD Chair, Scientific and Programming Committee Welcome to Paris !


Focus on: Clinical Oncology 3 tracks: • Review and Updates • Training & Educational Forum • Expert Forum The programme is organised in 3 tracks: review and updates, training and educational forums , and expert forums where renowned leaders share their insights and experience. This year’s EADV President’s Symposium lectures , introduced by outgoing

We are delighted to welcome you to our 27 th Annual Congress , which is being held close to the Arc de Triomphe in the heart of Paris. One of our aims has always been to bring together as many talented and up-and- coming professionals with different backgrounds as we can – not just from Europe – and we are looking forward to sharing ideas and insights with colleagues and speakers fromover a hundred different countries from across the Americas, Asia, Africa and Australasia. As ever, the four-day programme is packed with the latest science and research across all areas of dermatology and venereology, with a particular focus this year on clinical oncology . Highlights include genetic predisposition, genetic causes and the environment; targeting the tumour; melanoma, lymphomas; non-melanoma skin cancer; rare skin tumours; and the adverse effects of chemotherapies and targeted therapies.

Plus: Aesthetic Sunday, Patient Society Village, Workshops…


Full details: https://eadvparis2018.org


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