From 1950 to today, from Paris to Rio, the World Heart Federation’s World Congress of Cardiology (WCC) has been a key event on the cardiovascular calendar, offering a truly global perspective on cardiovascular health and bringing together thousands of cardiology professionals from all over the world, with the common goal of reducing the global burden of cardiovascular disease.
This year, we are thrilled to bring the World Heart Federation’s unique global perspective to the Brazilian Society of Cardiology’s Annual Congress. Join us from 13 to 15 October 2022 to discover the latest in global cardiovascular health!
FROM 1950 TO TODAY, THE WORLD CONGRESS OF CARDIOLOGY HAS BEEN A KEY EVENT ON THE GLOBAL CARDIOVASCULAR CALENDAR
A leader and convener in global cardiovascular health, the World Heart Federation champions heart health and acts to reduce the global burden of heart disease and stroke, which together claim 18.5 million lives every year. Our membership of more than 200 heart foundations, scientific societies and patient organizations in more than 100 countries is an active hub, promoting heart health and driving change at the local, regional and global level.
As the principal representative body of the global cardiovascular community, WHF brings together a diverse network of multi-sectoral actors to share knowledge, guide policy, and provide people with the tools they need to live longer, healthier lives.
We believe every human being should have access to the information, care and treatment they need to keep their heart healthy, regardless of race, nationality, gender, age, education or income.
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