The latest research presented at the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology’s 30th Congress revealed the true burden of skin disease in Europe and prompted debate over the increasing use of consumer apps for diagnosing cancers.
CSJ summarises of some the key highlights from the sessions.
The European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology’s 30th Congress recently highlighted the latest findings and scientific breakthroughs in dermato-venereology. The programme featured over 550 prominent speakers, discussing a wide variety of cuttingedge topics – from the prevalence of skin conditions, HPV and the immune system, to skin cancer detection and treatment.
During the Congress, the results of a new EADV survey were released – showing that almost half (47.9%) of the European adult general population had declared at least one dermatological condition in the past 12 months. The Burden of Skin Diseases in Europe survey collected data from 44,689 adults from 27 European countries.
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