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Advances in Neuroblastoma Research Association –ANRA

Advances in Neuroblastoma Research Association is a professional society for researchers and clinicians of neuroblastoma. ANRA organizes the ANR International Meeting for scientists and clinicians focused on neuroblastoma research and clinical care ever two years.  The society aims to improve the treatment, diagnosis and result of patients suffering from neuroblastoma through the advancement and integration of clinical and laboratory research. The Advances in Neuroblastoma Research began formally as a series of symposia on May 30, 1975 which was chaired by Dr. Audrey Evans held at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Subsequently, meetings were held in 1979, 1984, 1987, 1990, and 1993. These gatherings became increasingly international in their scope. The neuroblastoma community at Europe began to also have its meetings, in 1991 and 1994 at Heidelberg. The 1994 meeting involved a small number of investigators from the USA, leading to a decision to hold the meetings with the venue changing each time and alternating between Asia/Australia, Europe and the USA every two years. The ANRA membership is open to any professional, laboratory scientist, or clinician in the health-related specialties. The annual ANRA Meetings is held periodically, every two years, with the location alternating between member regions. These meetings provide for an information exchange among investigators studying biology, diagnosis, prognosis and therapy of neuroblastoma.

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