The European Society of Human Genetics: beginnings, early history and development over its first 25 years

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Harper, Peter;
(2017)

The European Society of Human Genetics (ESHG) was founded on 15 March 1967, after preliminary discussions at the International Human Genetics Congress in Chicago the previous year and in Copenhagen in early 1967. Its initial meeting was held on 18–19 November 1967, also... View more
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