European Society Against Virus Diseases
Société européenne contre les maladies à virus
1951-05-19 Geneva Switzerland
19 May 1951, Geneva (Switzerland), with the title European Association Against Poliomyelitis and Allied Other Virus Diseases -- Association européenne contre la poliomyélite et autres maladies à virus following conferences: 1946, Brussels (Belgium); 1949, Paris (France); 1950, Amsterdam (Netherlands). Name changed, 1974, to European Association Against Virus Diseases -- Association européenne contre les maladies à virus. Listed title adopted 1981 (no official French title). Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Ceased to exist, 1 Jan 1997, when merged with H-XF2500 - European Group for Rapid Laboratory Viral Diagnosis to create D-XD5653 - European Society for Clinical Virology (ESCV).
Study problems raised by poliomyelitis and other viral diseases, particularly relating to prevention and treatment; promote international collaboration between all bodies having similar aims.
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General Assembly (every 2 years) appoints permanent Committee. Secretary; Chairman; Vice-Chairman; past-Chairman.
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