International Association for Comparative Research on Leukaemia And Related Diseases

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International Association for Comparative Research on Leukaemia And Related Diseases

The aspect of comparative research on leukaemia and related diseases led, in 1960, the world wellbeing association to introduce the International Association and its symposia to happen at different locales around the globe at regular intervals. The near perspective unites doctors, veterinarians and researchers in essential examination to elevate inquire about and to move forward outcome in leukaemia and related diseases worldwide. The purpose of the IACRLRD is to promote and stimulate exchanges of ideas and knowledge among scientists on comparative researches on leukaemia’s and related diseases. Similarities in morphology and biology between animals and human leukaemia’s and related diseases and the recognition that leukaemia’s in chicken and mice can be caused by viruses led to the concept that comparative researches should promote the understanding of human leukaemia’s and related diseases. In the recent years, more has been learned on gene abnormalities, interactions between leukemic stem cells and bone marrow micro-environment, targeted therapies and molecular assessment of leukemic disorders. Aims: Promote coordination of comparative clinical and basic research into leukaemia and related diseases and cooperation among different disciplines to develop new hypotheses. The reason for the International Association for Comparative Research on Leukaemia and Related Diseases will be to advance and animate the trading of thoughts and learning among exploration labourers all through the world on similar examination on leukaemia and related infections: By organizing and conducting an International Symposium on Comparative Leukaemia Research every two years, By publishing the proceedings of each International Symposium in a bound volume, By publishing a newsletter at least once every two years which shall contain information to be transmitted to the membership, By encouraging cooperative activities between institutions, organizations and societies who have interests in common relate to comparative research on leukaemia and related diseases.

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