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The 28th Great Wall International Cardiology Conference (GW-ICC) which took place 12-15 October 2017 in Beijing, China, was attended by WHF Board Member Daniel Piñeiro and Dr Nooshin Bazargani.
This conference was jointly organized by more than 20 domestic and international cardiovascular academic organizations, covered 13 academic fields, 18 types of sessions, nearly 60 professional categories, more than 400 academic exchange activities, seminars, training workshops, exhibitions and joint forums run with nearly 20 well-known international academic organizations. It received more than 1,000 scholars from nearly 30 countries and regions, more than 2,000 experts across China and over 18,000 guests and representatives, who shared and learn the latest progress, knowledge and innovation in cardiology and related fields.
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