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MDPI will be attending the 64th Annual Spring Meeting of the Japanese Society of Clinical Cytology, which will be held from 9 to 11 June 2023 in Nagoya, Japan, at the Nagoya Congress Center.
The conference is the official annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Clinical Cytology (JSCC), which is an academic organization consisting of physicians specializing in cytology and cytotechnologists who perform cytology for the purposes of cancer diagnosis and screening. Physicians specializing in cytology that belong to the society include gynecologists, surgeons, internists, and pathologists as well as cytotechnologists.
In light of current trends, the theme of this annual meeting is “Be fascinated with the mastery of cytology!—Mastering the art and passing it on to the next generations”. Cytology is deeply related to cervical cancer screening in Japan. Raising the screening rate, improving and adhering to the screening management guidelines, including colposcopy, and increasing the vaccination rate are important issues for the eradication of cervical cancer. These preventive strategies for cervical cancer will be propagated in this meeting.
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For more information about the conference, please visit the following website: https://www.c-linkage.co.jp/jscc2023/index.html.