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Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) -related cancers account for 5% of all cancers worldwide, and is rising in incidence in certain sites such as oropharyngeal and anal cancers. In the last decade, a wealth of research has been undertaken to understand the implications of HPV on these cancers, as well as to optimize screening and preventive measures.

This CME talk seeks to educate the audience on the latest updates in the management of HPV-related cancers, from primary to tertiary care, with a special focus on cervical and anal cancers. A series of quick-fire 15 minute talks by a multi-disciplinary panel of specialists including a pathologist, radiation oncologist and medical oncologist will be aired to provide a comprehensive overview on the subject.

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