Join our upcoming webinar to learn everything you need to know about HPV and pregnancy. HPV lesion treatment is known to be associated with obstetrical complications and now HPV infection in pregnancy has also been linked to obstetrical complications. In this session, the speakers will review the literature to concentrate on new findings about HPV and pregnancy including the role of HPV vaccination.
During this webinar, Maria Kyrgiou (UK) will talk about the effect of HPV infection, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and local treatment procedures on subsequent preterm delivery and fertility.
Helen Trottier (Canada) will present on placental HPV infection and whether it could be related to preterm birth. Helen will share experimental data about the effect of HPV on trophoblastic cells and findings on HPV and preterm birth from the HERITAGE study.
To end the session, Karen Canfell and Susan Yuill will present epidemiological data on the impact of HPV primary screening and HPV vaccination on adverse pregnancy outcomes.