Allergists from all over the world have visited the ICC JERUSALEM

Published on : Thursday, December 8, 2016

unnamed-83-300x225This week an International Scientific Conference of WAO was held at International Congress Center – ICC Jerusalem. The 2016 Conference on Outstanding Allergy, Clinical Immunology and Cultural Heritage provided a forum for the most useful combination of latest research, review of current theory and practice, and hands-on, problem-based learning.

 

The conference attracted over 800 physicians and researchers from 25 countries around the world: Austria, Australia, Italy, USA, Brazil, Germany, South Africa, Switzerland, Colombia, Paraguay, Mexico, Canada and other countries. They have stayed in hotels in Jerusalem and have visited tourist sites not only in the city, but throughout the country.

 

Mrs. Mira Altman, CEO of the International Congress Centre – ICC, said: "This is the fourth international medical conference, held here since September! Thousands of physicians and researchers in various fields (genetics, psychiatry, dentistry), arrived to Jerusalem during those conferences and contributed to the city’s economy. Fortunately, International Congress Center Jerusalem – remains attractive and relevant in the field of international conferences on such content as medicine and research.

 

 
I attribute this fact to a highest reputation of medicine and research in Israel, to the city of Jerusalem, to the quality of our meticulous hospitality and the successful overall experience.

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