Medicina Alternativa International
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Founded 1962, Alma-Ata (USSR), by Anton Jayasuryia (1930-2005), at a conference sponsored by F-XF3380 - UNICEF and B-XB3548 - WHO. Also referred to as Medicina Alternativa. Part of Open International University for Complementary Medicines. Registered in accordance with the laws of Kazakhstan, Registration No: 42/LE/IN/02.
Advance the scientific study and professional practice of alternative medicines, better known as complementary medicines, and encourage its development by promoting research, laying down high standards of professional ethics, competence, conduct, education, qualifications and achievement among practitioners; promote and disseminate knowledge and philosophy of alternative medicines; encourage public interest in alternative medicines and ancillary areas of knowledge and practice.
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