On February 5, 1915, the Chinese Medical Association was initiated and established in Shanghai by Yan Fuqing, Lien Tak Wu, Diao Sindh and Yu Fengbin. A 6-member interim committee was elected, with Yan Fuqing as its president, Lien Tak Wu as its secretary, Diao Sindh as its accountant and Yu Fengbin as its general affairs. On April 10 of the same year, Yan Fuqing issued the Declaration of the Chinese Medical Association and the Examples and Postscript of the Chinese Medical Association. On July 3 of the same year, the Society was approved by the then Ministry of Education to file a In November, the first issue of "Chinese Medical Journal" (Chinese and English versions) was published. There were 232 members that year. In 1932, it merged with the China Medical Association. When Shanghai was liberated in 1949, it had more than 4,000 members and 13 national specialized branches. It successively published 6 kinds of regular publications, and published more than 60 kinds of "Guidelines for Chinese Medical Circles" and various medical books. In 1950, the Chinese Medical Association moved to Beijing. In January 1951, he joined the All-China Natural Science Federation. In March, he was approved and registered by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Central People's Government. The society is located in Beijing. Its previous presidents are Yan Fuqing, Lien Tak Wu, Yu Fengbin, Diao Sindh, Niu Huilin, Liu Ruiheng, Lin Kesheng, Niu Huisheng, Lin Zongyang, Zhu Hengbi, Jin Baoshan, Shen Kefei, Zhu Zhanggeng, Yao Kefang, Fu Lianzhang, He Biao, Qian Xinzhong, Bai Xiqing, Wu Jieping, Chen Minzhang, Zhang Wenkang, Zhong Nanshan, Chen Zhu and Ma Xiaowei. Currently, they are the 25th Council.
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Joined international organizations
World Medical Association, International Alliance against Cancer, International Diabetes Alliance, Asian Diabetes Association, International Union of Clinical Neurophysiology, International Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, International Endocrine Society, World Gastroenterology Organi