Ostomy Association of the Americas (OAA)
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25 Apr 1990, as North and Central America and Caribbean Ostomy Association (NCACOA). Current name adopted when merged with H-XD5752 - South American Ostomy Association, to become a regional affiliate association of C-XC0150 - International Ostomy Association (IOA), following decision by the World Council, Nov 2010.
Provide an association committed to the improvement of the quality of life of ostomates in the Americas; create a society where people with ostomies and intestinal or urinary diversions are universally accepted and supported socially, economically, medically and psychologically.
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