October 6-7, 2022

Milan, Italy - Cloisters of San Barnaba

Chairs:
Pietro Lampertico and Heiner Wedemeyer

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  • The Duomo, Cathedral of Milan

  • The Castello Sforzesco

  • The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

  • The Navigli (Canals)

  • Milan skyline

  • The Cloisters of San Barnaba

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Dear Colleagues and Friends,

We are very pleased to invite you to the Delta Cure Meeting to be held in Milan, Italy, on October 6-7, 2022.

We are organizing an exciting meeting in a hospitable environment that will certainly favor an important scientific exchange. Infact, The Delta Cure Meeting will review the last evidences in terms of virology, epidemiology, diagnosis and natural history. Cascades of care and patient’s quality of life will also be covered. Two full sessions will be dedicated to thoughtfully debate the most recent advances in terms of antiviral treatments. We will also discuss suggestions for treatment algorithms which will be included in a meeting report to be published in a leading journal of the field. The Faculty will involve an excellent panel of Experts who will guide the attendees through all the challenges of this disease. In particular, we want to encourage young scientists to contribute in topical scientific sessions by submitting abstracts.

Situated in the northern part of Italy, Milan is a vibrant cosmopolitan center where the various cultures of northern European and Mediterranean countries merge. Milan has a lot to offer: art museums, history, opera (La Scala), music, fashion, design, culinary delights and business opportunities. Milan is easy to reach by all means of transport, but is one of the most accessible cities in Europe in terms of air links through 3 international airports (Malpensa, Linate and Orio al Serio). There are regular direct rail links to all major Italian cities: Bologna (1 hour), Florence (1,30 hour), Rome (3 hours), Naples (4 hours) to name just a few. Furthermore, Milan has the largest public transport network which let people travel around the city urban community and the region easily and quickly.

This event will give you the opportunity to focus on the newest scientific trends in our field in an atmosphere of Italian hospitality and the Italian expression of European Union. We are sure that - forty-five years after the discovery of HDV by Mario Rizzetto - this Meeting will shed new exciting lights on the management of this difficult-to-treat disease.

We extend a warm invitation to join us in Milan in October 2022!

The Chairs

Pietro Lampertico and Heiner Wedemeyer

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