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2008.11.13

Invitation to The Second Indo-Japan International Symposium for Overcoming Chronic Intractable Infectious Diseases

Tuberculosis, AIDS, and malaria are three major chronic intractable infectious diseases for which radical cure remedies have not been developed yet. To overcome such intractable infectious diseases that frequently occur in Asia, Japan will convene a co-symposium with India.

* Date/time: December 23 (Tue.) and 24 (Wed.); 10:00 to 17:00 on both days (scheduled)

* Location: Morito Memorial Hall of the Tokyo University of Science

  • <Address> 4-2-2 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
  • <TEL> 03-5225-1033

* For details on the symposium, refer to the page below.

Details on the Second Indo-Japan International Symposium


Down the Kagurazaka Slope about 400 meters from "Iidabashi Station (West Entrance)" of the JR Sobu Line, turn to the right at the corner of Torijaya facing Bishamonten, go to the dead end of the small street (30 meters).