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Original Release Date: 10/20/2009
Review Date: 10/20/2009
Stephen E. Goldstone, MD, FACS
Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Learning Objectives / Desired Outcomes
At the completion of this educational activity, participants will:
- Understand the efficacy of a quadrivalent HPV vaccine in men.
- Understand the prevalence of HPV infection in young heterosexual men.
- Understand the prevalence of HPV infection in young men who have sex with men.
Stephen E. Goldstone is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and has a surgical practice in New York City. Dr. Goldstone has spoken at conferences around the world and has done extensive research on human papillomavirus (HPV). His work has been published in many prestigious medical journals, and is currently involved in testing both prevention and treatment procedures for HPV. He is a past-president of the International Anal Neoplasia Society and a member of the AIDS Malignancy Consortium.
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