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About this book
This report on Future Trends in Inflammation III is the record of what is now firmly established as a series of multidisciplinary meetings organized by the European Biological Research Association. The aim of these meetings is to provide a forum for free exchange of information between basic scien tists of many disciplines and clinicians to provide better understanding of problems of common interest. The next major meeting wi1l be held in 1980.* The European Biological Research Association promotes scientific and clinical collaboration among the member countries ofthe EEe. It encourages exchange of information between scientists and clinicians from centres all over the world. In addition to the major international meetings small work shops are organized on specific problems of common interest. Once again the Editors have attempted to capture the spirit of the meeting by publishing 'verbatim' the discussion. It can be seen that the discussions were exciting and formed an important part of the meeting. It is possible that inaccuracies have crept into the discussions; if so we apologize. It was decided that the proceedings of such a meeting had maximum value with rapid publication. We would like to thank the participants for the enthusiasm and goodwill which persisted throughout the meeting both scientifically and socially. Above all we wish to thank H.R.H. The Duchess of Kent for acting as Patron of this meeting.