International League of Associations for Rheumatology (ILAR)
Ligue internationale d'associations pour la rhumatologie
Liga Internacional de Asociaciones para la Reumatologia
1928-10 Paris France
Oct 1928, Paris (France), as International Committee Against Rheumatism -- Comité international contre le rhumatisme. Reorganized, 1949, New York NY (USA), and name changed to International League Against Rheumatism -- Ligue internationale contre le rhumatisme -- Liga Internacional contra el Reumatismo.
Stimulate and promote development of awareness, knowledge and the means of prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and relief of musculoskeletal diseases; advance rheumatology in developing countries.
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General Assembly (every 4 years). Council. Executive Committee, consisting of the Presidents and Presidents-Elect of ACR, AFLAR, APLAR, EULAR and PANLAR. Standing Committees, consisting of representatives of the 4 regional leagues.
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