MEETINGS - Arab Healthcare 1996: the International Hospital, Medical Equipment and Services Exhibition (United Arab Emirates) December 1996:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Arab Healthcare '96: the International Hospital, Medical Equipment and Services Exhibition will take place on December 10th-13th, 1996, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE. It is being organised by IIR Exhibitions in collaboration with the Department of Health & Medical Services, Government of Dubai, and in conjunction with the Emirates Medical Association. Further details are available from either: IIR Holdings, Al Seddiqi Building, PO Box 21743, Dubai, UAE. Tel: +971 (4) 512777. Fax: +971 (4) 522 834; or: IIR Exhibitions, Market Towers, 1 Nine Elms Lane, London SW8 5NQ, UK. Tel: +44 (171) 344 3888. Fax: +44 (171) 344 3829.
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