National Association of Cytologists was supported in 1961 as an outcome of two letters distributed in the British Medical Journal of August twelfth and November fourth. Mary Egerton, Moira Murray, Freda Osmond-Clarke and Erica Wachtel, having gone to the principal International Congress on Cytology supported by the International Academy of Gynecological Cytology in Vienna in September of that year, considered that Great Britain was lingering a long ways behind America and Europe in the advancement of this strength, and that the production of a general public would set up and advance the act of cytology all through the nation. Therefore, a meeting was held at the Royal Society of Medicine on December first 1961 to talk about the arrangement of a general public. A working gathering, under the Chairmanship of C.W. Taylor (Birmingham) was framed to investigate the detailing of Statutes with the point of advancing the development and improvement of clinical cytology in the United Kingdom, and the association of exploratory gatherings. Enrolment would be interested in all enlisted medicinal specialists intrigued by cytology and the title of the general public would be "The British Society for Clinical Cytology".