Educational Resources: The pathogenesis of cervical cancer

Regulation of cervical metaplasia and the particular vulnerability of the cervical TZ to HPV driven

In this talk John Doorbar explores the vulnerability of organs such as the cervix for HPV driven neoplasia.

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Natural History of HPV infection and triggers of cervical carcinogenesis

This talk by Barbara Mosicky from California provides a really interesting look at the current knowledge of how cancers develop as well as factors which make women more vulnerable to experiencing a transforming infection.

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HPV Vaccination and impact Implications for cervical screening

In this talk Kate Cuschieri looks at the impact surveillance of how effective the HPV vaccination programme has been in Scotland.

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Molecular markers in pre invasive disease- how can they help the colposcopist?

John Dorrbar provides an overview of molecular markers and explains how useful these might be in the future for colposcopists

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HPv and the pathogenesis of neoplasia

John Doorbar looks at the evidence to date for the natural history of HPV and the aetiology of cervical cancer.

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Cervical Screening - the basics

This lecture by Sue Moss examines the evolution of cervical screening and presents evidence of the effectiveness of screening strategies

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