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By 2025, our aim is to reduce premature deaths from CVD by at least 25%.
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PHFI announces eLearning courses on Health Promotion & Tobacco Control
Air pollution and cardiovascular disease: a window of opportunity
Following 110 years of neglect, the World Health Assembly declares an official day for Chagas disease
'Chagas Disease – Breaking the Silence'
RHD Resolution – one year on
WHO unveils sweeping reforms in drive towards “triple billion” targets
WHF attends UN Interactive Hearing on UHC
Advancing heart health in Kenya
WHF joins WHO call on food industry to eliminate artificial trans fat
International Society of Nephrology shines a light on kidney health policy in Asia and Pacific
More research urgently needed to treat and prevent cardiovascular disease
Chagas: The time is now to end 110 years of neglect, Llega el momento de acabar con 110 años de invisibilidad
Taking Action for Circulatory Health and Sustainable Development
American College of Cardiology, World Heart Federation to Partner for ACC.20/WCC in Chicago
When it comes to heart health, women are still being left behind