Eurasian Colorectal Technologies Association (ECTA)
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Promote and teach the use, and discourage the abuse, of advanced technologies for both diagnosis and treatment of large bowel diseases in European and Asian countries, in strict cooperation with the existing national and international colorectal societies; close the gap and raise the standard of colorectal surgery in the continents of Europe and Asia.
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Governing Council, including Honorary President, President and 2 Vice-Presidents. Sections (3): Scientific and Biennial Congress Commission; Scientific Exchange Between Countries and Cooperation with Developing Countries; Young Surgeons.
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