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author: Prof. Momir Polenakovic, MD, PhD, Macedonia Academy of Sciences and Arts, Bul. Krste Misirkov, No. 2, 1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia; E-mail momir@manu.edu.mk 1 University Children’s Hospital Medical School, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia 2 Macedonian Academy of Science and Arts, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia Zoran Gucev1, Velibor Tasic1, Momir Polenakovic2 THE 6TH RARE DISEASE SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE (SEE) MEETING, SKOPJE, MACEDONIA (NOVEMBER 11TH, 2017) The Sixth Conference on Rare Disease in South Eastern Europe was held on November 11th in the Jubilee

portion of the safety of patient improvement initiatives, hospital transfusion services report all the different hemovigilance happenings to federal, state, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) [ 14 , 15 ]. In 2004, The Norwegian hemovigilance system initiated a system of reporting which is directed to professional and voluntary systems. In 2007, haemovigilance turned out to be the duty of an expert, according to the European Union (EU) blood instruction, and recording of serious adverse reactions (SARS) and serious adverse events (SAEs) grew into being obligatory