Balkan Medical Union
Union médicale balkanique (UMB)
1932-10-24 Bucharest Romania
24 Oct 1932, Bucharest (Romania). Statutes modified: 12 May 1962, Bucharest; 10 June, 1964, Sofia (Bulgaria); 3 Apr 1977, Heraklion (Crete); 11-14 Sep 1977, Belgrade (Yugoslavia); 10-15 Sep 1978, Athens (Greece); Nov 1989, Bucharest; Jun 1990, Varna (Bulgaria); 5 Dec 1992, Edirne (Turkey).
Study morbidity problems and prophylactic and curative methods with special reference to the Balkan region; promote reciprocal understanding, develop contacts and strengthen links of friendship among doctors.
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General Council, consisting of delegates of each national section and sub-sections. Standing Committee; Secretariat-General.
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