International Society of Geographical and Epidemiological Ophthalmology (ISGEO)
Société internationale d'ophtalmologie géographique et épidémiologique
Sociedad Internacional de Oftalmologia Geografica y Epidemiológica
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Jun 1970, Fort Smith (Canada), as International Society of Geographic Ophthalmology (ISGO) -- Société internationale d'ophtalmologie géographique -- Sociedad Internacional de Oftalmologia Geografica. Registered in accordance with Canadian law and the law of North West Territories (Canada), under patronage of B-XD7365 - International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) and of H-XB1967 - International Federation of Ophthalmological Societies (IFOS).
Promote the science of geographic and epidemiologic ophthalmology, including the epidemiological, clinical, educational, environmental and cultural aspects of eye disease, prevention of blindness, preservation of sight and visual rehabilitation; provide a forum for presentation and discussion of research in ophthalmology and support for ophthalmic research in developing countries.
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