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The event will showcase invited presentations, oral abstract and poster presentations, small group sessions and a lively scientific interchange on anal HPV infection, anal squamous intraepithelial lesions and anal cancer. Who attends the IANS Scientific Meeting? Physicians and Advanced Practice Clinicians who are participating in health care of MSM, men and women with HIV disease,…
We recognise that there is an urgent need for cancer patients (we call them ‘thrivers’) and cancer caregivers to find emotional support from people who have been through similar experiences. To meet this need, ACF relies on volunteers in our Peer to Peer support program, a free service we provide that matches anal cancer thrivers… read more
There are still many unknowns about how COVID-19 affects certain populations. While cancer patients are at increased risk of illness from infection while going through treatment, the extent they are vulnerable to COVID-19 specifically is still unclear. If you have finished treatment, immune system functioning may partially or fully return. We do know that anyone… read more