Preliminary findings from the Anal Cancer Examination (ACE) study - acceptability of an annual anal examination amongst patients and doctors

Dr Jason Ong

Anal cancer is a common cancer in HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM) (incidence ~1 in 1000 per year). No national guidelines exist on the best method to screen for this cancer. The ACE study aims to determine if an annual anal examination (AAE) is cost-effective and acceptable amongst patients and doctors. 

 

 

The 2013 Australasian HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Conference,
Recorded on 21-25 October 2013 in Darwin, Australia.
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Dr Jason Ong

Dr Ong (MBBS, MMed(Hons), FRACGP) is a sexual health registrar and Ph.D. candidate at the University of Melbourne, VIC. His main research area is in HIV medicine and contraception.

Co-authors: M. Temple-Smith3, M. Chen1, 2, A. Grulich4, P. Clarke1, J. Hoy5, J. Hocking1, T. Read2, S. Walker2, C. Bradshaw2, H. Kaldor4, S. Garland6, B. Eu7, FY. Jin4, S. Tabrizi6, CK. Fairley1, 2. 1- School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne. 2- Melbourne Sexual Health Centre, The Alfred 3- Department of General Practice, University of Melbourne. 4- Kirby Institute, University of NSW. 5- Infectious Disease Unit, Alfred Health. 6-Molecular Microbiology Laboratory, Royal Women's Hospital. 7- Prahran Market Clinic.
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