Asia Pacific Federation of Coloproctology (APFCP)

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History

1992, Osaka (Japan), at 3rd Congress, as Asian Federation of Coloproctology (AFCP); no permanent infrastructure, rather a series of congresses organized by the society of colon and rectal surgeons where the congress is held. A similar organization, Asian Society of Colorectal Surgery, existed from the 1st Congress 1975, Bombay (India), until after the 2nd congress, 1977, Nara (Japan) and recommenced, 1992, Osaka, at 3rd congress, in order to set up AFCP. Current title adopted, 2009, when Australia and New Zealand joined.

Aims

Represent doctors interested in dealing with diseases related to the colon, rectum and anus; promote advancement of coloproctology and maintain active contact with all interested organizations in the Asian region.

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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 1 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 16 countries
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Subjects *

  • Medicine
    • Intestinal Tract

UIA Org ID

D3730

Last News Received

4. Jul 2018
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