World Association of Sarcoidosis and other Granulomatous Disorders (WASOG)
1958 London UK
1958, London (UK), as International Committee on Sarcoidosis, during 1st Congress. Reconstituted under current title at World Congress, 1987, Milan (Italy), when numbering of congresses recommenced at 1.
Bring together investigators in biological and medical sciences and others interested in and dedicated to advancing and promoting knowledge of sarcoidosis and other granulomatous diseases worldwide; amalgamate existing sarcoidosis societies and provide an international link and forum for national societies founded in the future; foster, facilitate and carry out research and clinical activities in the field, focusing attention on damage to brain, heart, lungs, eyes and skin; provide a helpline for patients.
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