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The World Heart Federation participated in the American College of Cardiology (ACC) Scientific Sessions in Orlando (Florida), USA, this past 10-12 March, where top experts from around the world came together to discuss and debate the latest science and information on cardiology and cardiovascular health. The WHF booth attracted attendees from all corners of the cardiovascular community, who were able to learn more about our activities and discover the upcoming World Congress of Cardiology and Circulatory Health, which will take place in Dubai later this year. WHF also met with members and partners, and organized a successful reception on the evening of the 10 March to celebrate our joint efforts in the global fight to reduce cardiovascular disease. We thank everyone who made our ACC 2018 a success!
Some pictures from the event
WHF participated in the SCS 30th Annual Scientific Meeting
1st African Heart Network Meeting will be held in Tunisia
World Heart Federation attends CardioEgypt 2018