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Cardiovascular and circulatory disease community to create a Global Coalition to end needless deaths from the world's number one killer
WHF President David Wood - 2nd Global Summit on Circulatory Health
2nd Global Summit calls for urgent action to end needless deaths from CVD
Improving pediatric cardiac care is essential to reducing preventable child deaths
World Heart Federation Emerging Leaders drive improved global access to essential CVD medicines
A Healthy Heart Your Goal: Join the #MatchFitWoman challenge ahead of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2017
Hearts to Hearts – Raising Awareness of RHD in Eldoret
70th World Health Assembly: Round-up of Key Decisions
Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease Resolution Recommended by WHO Executive Board
Early Action in Diabetes
Joint statement by WHF and NCD Alliance on UN HLM in 2018
Tobacco: a threat to development
Professor David Wood, WHF President, on participating in the 70th World Health Assembly
Address by Dr Margaret Chan at the 70th World Health Assembly, 22 May
Football Scores Goals for Health