Sponsorship Opportunities

The Victorian Cytology Service Inc (VCS), in association with the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance of Vaccine Preventable Diseases (NCIRS), is proud to be the organiser of Preventing Cervical Cancer 2011: Integrating screening and vaccination (PCC 2011).

PCC 2011 will be held at the Sofitel, Melbourne, on 9th- 11th November 2011. This major health conference will bring together international and Australian experts in cervical screening, vaccination and cancer epidemiology to debate and explore current and future directions in the prevention of cervical cancer.

Australia’s cervical screening program is amongst the most successful in the world. Now, coupled with our world-leading commitment to population-based vaccination for high-risk HPV, Australia is poised to develop highly effective new models for cervical cancer prevention which could eventually lead to the almost total eradication of this disease.

PCC 2011 will provide a forum for leading experts to share their vision for the prevention of cervical cancer in a post-vaccination environment at a critical time in policy development. Invited speakers include:

Dr Lauri Markowitz - Epidemiologist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Atlanta. Dr Philip Castle - Executive Director of the American Society for Clinical Pathology’s Institute and Center for Health Services Research (CHSR).

This is an invitation to you and your company to support this important Australian health initiative. PCC 2011 provides opportunities for sponsorship and trade display which will give your company/organisation the opportunity to be a part of this significant event and ensure your strategic involvement in the future of cervical cancer prevention in Australia.

For the opportunity to participate in this significant event please register your details below, or download application form and send it to PCC2011,
PO Box 178, Carlton South, Victoria 3053 or fax it to (03) 9349 1949.


For further information about sponsorship opportunities contact Ms Denise Walsh on (03) 9250 0322.


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