After the cruise ended, the remaining members were treated to a traditional Chinese banquet in Beijing and then left with many memories of a China in transition from the past to a modern future.
In 2002 CoMeT was hosted by Rafael Garcia-Tapia in Madrid, Spain with 15 members in attendance. They were treated to a mixture of medicine, science, and culture of Spain. The meeting was held in the Escuela Spain de Canto located in a beautiful XIXth century palace. Participants also were treated to an excursion to Toledo. The General Assembly decided to continue the CoMeT website and to try to utilize e-mail addresses. Two proposals were discussed. One would be to create Diploma/Certificate of Membership for CoMeT and the other is to create a CoMeT prize of $1,000 US for the most stimulating presentation at a CoMeT meeting by a non-member. Elections were held with Professor Seiji Niimi from Tokyo elected president. It was requested that Dr. Luzius Giger, treasurer, Dr. Marc Bouchayer, european secretary, and Dr. Hiroyuki Fukuda, extra-european secretary remain in their current offices.
CoMeT 2006 was hosted by Josef Schlömicher-Thier in Salzburg, Austria.
CoMeT 2007 was hosted by Harm Schutte in Groningen, The Netherlands.
CoMeT 2009 was hosted by R. Eugenia Chávez Calderón de Bartelt MD, PhD in Mexico.