The 26th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society for Helicobacter Research・The 17th Japan-Korea Joint Symposium on Helicobacter infection


It is of my great honor that the 26th Helicobacter Society of Japan will be held in Hamamatsu from June 26 (Fri) to 28 (Sun) in the memorable year of the Tokyo Olympics. Since the establishment of this society, discussions have focused on epidemiology, pathology, diagnosis, and eradication methods for H. pylori infections. In recent years, preventive medicine and preemptive medicine have been discussed. Then, the test and treat of H. pylori have been discussed in junior and senior high school students. Similar discussion has been continued for adults.
Then, we have organized sessions that involved basic research, diagnostics, and therapeutics, as well as policies. Please submit many abstracts to the meeting. We are looking for a large number of abstracts to the general sessions. The 17th Japan-Korea Helicobacter Joint Symposium will also be held at the same time. Please submit abstracts for that, too.
The venue will be at the Hamamatsu Act City Congress Center directly connected to Hamamatsu Station. In Hamamatsu, in addition to classic eel food and Japanese dumplings, you can enjoy gourmet dishes such as whitebait dishes, Enshu-Yaki and lump hamburger steak. There are also many tourist attractions: Such as a musical instrument museum which is near the venue, Hamamatsu Castle, Ryugashido cave of limestone, Nakatajima sand dune and Kanzanji hot spring, etc. Please come to Hamamatsu and participate in the discussions on the cutting edges of Helicobacter research.

The 26th JSHR Secretariat
Center for Clinical Research,
Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
1-20-1 Handayama, Higashi-ku,
Hamamatsu city, Shizuoka, 431-3192 Japan
TEL +81-53-435-2850 FAX +81-53-435-2851
Administration Secretariat
Central Convention Service, Inc.
3-19-28 Sakae Naka-ku, Nagoya city, Aichi,
460-0008 Japan
TEL +81-52-269-3181 FAX +81-52-269-3252
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