International Federation for Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy (IFCPC)
Fédération internationale de pathologie cervicale et colposcopie
Federación Internacional de Patologia Cervical y Colposcopia
Internationale Federation für Zervixpathologie und Kolposkopie
1972-11-06 Mar del Plata Argentina
6 Nov 1972, Mar del Plata (Argentina), at 1st World Congress for Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy. Current Constitution: approved by General Assembly, 16 Oct 1981, London (UK); modified at 11th World Congress, Jul 2011, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
Stimulate basic and applied research and diffusion of knowledge in matters concerning uterine cervical pathology and colposcopy; contribute to standardization of terminology and evaluation of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in the field.
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