Oncological and Biological Centre for Applied Research
Centre oncologique et biologique de recherche appliquée (COBRA)
Centro Oncológico y Biológico de Investigación Aplicada
Centr dlja Prikladnyh Issledovanij v Oblasti Biologii i Onkologii
24 Nov 1986, as a French national organization. Statutes modified, 1988, rendering organization international. Statutes changed 4 Apr 1989. Current Statutes adopted 13 Oct 1990. Also referred to by subtitle: Association for the Development of Research and the Fight Against Cancer, AIDS and Serious Diseases -- Association pour le développement de la recherche et de la lutte contre le cancer, le SIDA et les maladies graves. Registered in accordance with French law. Ceased to exist 1996.
Create, reinforce and strengthen bonds internationally among people and organizations wishing to help research into the prevention and treatment of the increasing number of serious diseases; develop and coordinate any private initiative aimed at developing advanced research, especially those opening new original avenues, resulting from recent discoveries in molecular biology on serious diseases; develop biological selective natural and non-toxic medicines which do not have the side effects of radiotherapy or chemotherapy; assist the sick and their families.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes (quarterly) biomedical conferences.
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