Directory of Officials and Organizations in China: A Quarter-Century Guide

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T 3. CHINA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

The first post-Cultural Revolution reference was in 1972.

Honorary Presidents Earliest
Latest
Bai Xiqing x
Mar 84
Qian Xinzhong x
Oct 80
Wu Jieping x
Feb 89
President
( Qian Xinzhong) x
Apr 78
Mar 80
( Bai Xiqing) x
Mar 80
Mar 84
( Wu Jieping) x
Mar 84
Feb 89
Chen Minzhang x
Feb 89
Vice-Presidents
( Chen Minzhang) x
Mar 84
Feb 89
Chen Zhiming x
Jun 78
Fang Qi x
Feb 89
Guo Ziheng x
Jul 78
(f) Hu Yamei Mar 84
Huang Jiasi x
Jun 78
May 84
d 1984
Li Zhisui Apr 85
(f) Lin Jiamei x
Dec 85
(f) Lin Qiaozhi x
Jun 78
Apr 83
d 1983
Lu Bingkui x
May 83
Lu Daopei Dec 86
Lu Zhijun x
Jun 78
Shi Meixin x
Mar 84
Shi Yushu Dec 86
Tan Zhuang Dec 86
Tang Zhaoyu (1) Feb 89
( Wu Jieping) x
Jun 78
Mar 84
Xin Yuling x
Mar 84
Yuan Yue May 85
Yue Meizhong x
Jun 78
May 82
d 1982
Zhang Kan Mar 85
Zhao Xiwu (2) x
Apr 80
d 1980
Zhong Huilan x
Jun 78
Feb 87
d 1987
Zhu Zhanggeng Dec 75
Secretary-General
Liu Xuewen Dec 73
Jun 76
Fu Yicheng x
Jun 78
May 83
Zhang Kan Mar 85

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