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Home > World Congress of Cardiology & Cardiovascular Health
The World Congress of Cardiology & Cardiovascular Health (WCC), held biennially, is the official congress of the World Heart Federation. Through the WCC, the World Heart Federation offers an international stage for the latest developments in science and public policy in the field of cardiovascular health. Its strives to spread the message that through individual, community an patient care interventions, the growing epidemic of cardiovascular disease worldwide can be controlled and prevented.
The WCC is centred around the WHO global goal of reducing premature mortality from cardiovascular diseases by 25% by 2025 (“25 by 25”) and welcomes all those professions engaged in cardiovascular health including cardiologists, general physicians, general practitioners, nurses, allied health professionals, medical students and other health professionals in training.