International Commission on Trichinellosis
Commission internationale de la trichinellose
1958 Budapest Hungary
1958, Budapest (Hungary). Rules and regulations adopted at 2nd International Conference for Trichinellosis, 28 Jun 1969, Wroclaw (Poland).
Advise national and international bodies about all aspects of trichinella and trichinellosis in animals and man by developing and distributing recommendations/guidelines based on scientific knowledge using a one health concept; promote scientific research relating to all phases of trichinella and trichinellosis; develop and elaborate statements and responsible opinions relating to the parasite and disease.
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