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8-10 Apr 2013 World Health Summit Regional Meeting Asia convened in Singapore with FMU participation

The M8 Alliance World Health Summit Regional Meeting Asia (http://www.worldhealthsummit.org/whsrma2013/) convened in Singapore 8-10 April 2013. A symposium entitled “The Role of Medical Academia in Prevention and Preparedness for the Health Effects of Major Disasters” was chaired by FMU Vice President Shunichi FUKUHARA. Dr. Kenneth E. NOLLET presented “Japanese Disaster, World Experience: Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine in Extreme Conditions” to an international audience. Vice President FUKUHARA is concurrently Deputy Dean of Kyoto University’s School of Public Health.

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Japanese Disaster, World Experience ∼Blood Banking & Transfusion Medicine in Extreme Conditions∼

Kenneth E. NOLLET, MD, PhD

Opening Ceremony of the World Health Summit Regional Meeting Asia, 8 April 2013. His Excellency Mr. Yoichi SUZUKI, Japanese Ambassador to Singapore (center), flanked by Prof. Shunichi FUKUHARA (left) and Prof. Kenneth NOLLET (right).

Opening Ceremony of the World Health Summit Regional Meeting Asia, 8 April 2013. His Excellency Mr. Yoichi SUZUKI, Japanese Ambassador to Singapore (center), flanked by Prof. Shunichi FUKUHARA (left) and Prof. Kenneth NOLLET (right).


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