Preventing Overdiagnosis Conferences

Towards Responsible Global Solutions

PODC2019 Sydney

  • August 5 – 7 December, 2019.
  • More information here, here and here. Visit Preventing Overdiagnosis website.
  • A clear insight about over diagnosis in less than 3 mns : The Concern about Overdiagnosis.
  • Read Preventing overdiagnosis: the myth, the music, and the medical meeting, BMJ 350:h1370, 18 March 2015.

PODC2018 Copenhagen

  • August 20th – 22nd, 2018.
  • More information here and here.

PODC2017 Quebec

  • 17th to 19th August 2017.
  • More information here and here.

PODC2016 Barcelona

  • 20th to 22nd September 2016
  • More information here.

PODC2015 Washington

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NIH-Natcher-Building image
The 2015 Preventing Overdiagnosis conference is hosted by the National Institutes of Health, NCI Venue.

Following the sell-out 2014 conference, we are pleased to announce a third Preventing Overdiagnosis conference in the State of Washington DC, US September 1st – 3rd 2015.

The #PODC2015 is hosted by the National institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute.

Registration and Call for Abstracts are open.
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Location – The Natcher building is situated within the NIH headquarters, Bethesda,
Maryland just 10 miles from the centre of Washington DC.

You will find all the visitor Information you need here.

Author: DES Daughter

Activist, blogger and social media addict committed to shedding light on a global health scandal and dedicated to raise DES awareness.

4 thoughts on “Preventing Overdiagnosis Conferences”

  1. Ugh, just thinking about this issue raises my blood pressure. But I am happy to share because this is an important issue!

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