Two new centres of excellence have joined the WHO network of Collaborating centres for echinococcosis
09 September 2016 | Geneva ––The World Health Organization (WHO) has expanded its network of collaborating centres for echinococcosis.
The latest two centres in Xinjiang, China and in Rome, Italy will help sustain control strategies and the implementation of uniform operational procedures, testing and training.
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Two new centres of excellence have joined the WHO network of Collaborating Centres for echinococcosis