Mediterranean Society of Therapy
Société méditerranéenne de thérapeutique
1981-11-26 Florence Italy
26 Nov 1981, Florence (Italy). Ceased to exist.
Promote and coordinate the study of all therapeutic means, particularly useful in Mediterranean countries; promote and coordinate epidemiological studies of morbosis with particular regard to Mediterranean countries and on their modifications concerning the applied therapy; compare study results concerning the efficiency of new drugs and therapeutic means in the Mediterranean area with those of other countries; favour the institution of unified legislative rules in Mediterranean countries concerning the study and applied therapy of new drugs; favour the institution of common agreements in Mediterranean countries regarding the scientific and specialized qualifications of members.
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