Philippine Academy of Clinical and Cosmetic Dermatology (PACCD 7th Annual Convention)

by Anna Katharina on August 22, 2010

in Beauty,Events,Skin Care

The 7th Annual Convention of the Philippine Academy of Clinical and Cosmetic Dermatology (PACCD) will be held on October 8-9,2010 at the Crowne Plaza Galleria Manila, Ortigas Ave. cor ADB Quezon City Philippines.  This year’s theme of the 7th PACCD Annual Convention is “ Two Faces of dermatology: Updates in Cutaneous Medicine and Cosmetic Dermatology.”

Some 400-physician dermatologists from all over the country will attend the plenary lectures and research paper presentations. Another highlight of the 7th PACCD Annual Convention is a Fellowship night for members only with a Masquerade Ball Theme.

Plenary lectures are Dermatologic Problems in the Overweight and Obese, Pediatric Allergologist’s Guide to the Management of Atopic Dermatitis, Rational Steroid Use in Atopic Dermatitis, Skin Problems in pregnancy, Simplifying First Line Topical Therapy for Acne, The truth about IV Glutathione, Non-Surgical Liposuction: Improved version and Latest trend in Depigmentation Treatment.

Pre-registration for members will be up to August 31, 2010. Only check payments will be accepted for pre-registartion at the PACCD office or mailed thru LBC payable to PACCD.

For more registration details of the convention, visit their website at email:

Philippine Academy of Clinical and Cosmetic Dermatology
2/F Room 202, De Ocampo Medical Center
# 2921 Nagtahan St. Sta. Mesa, Manila
Telefax # (02)714-4284; Mobile : 0917-3455195


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Marisa S. Saguinsin, MD October 13, 2010 at 8:02 pm

Hello, I am a City Health Physician who is presently handling Skin Clinic ( as GP ) for support of the Leprosy Program of DOH. May I be allowed to join your future Convention?

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