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The 'ESC in Brazil' programme is part of a series of international ESC educational courses built around a global network of international partnerships.
In close collaboration with the Brazilian Society of Cardiology, the ESC brings highlights in key topics from ESC Congress to Brazil as part of the Final Programme of the 75th Brazilian Congress of Cardiology.
To take part in these sessions, register to attend virtually SBC 2020:
José Luis Zamorano (Spain), Roberto Rocha Corrêa Veiga Giraldez (Brazil)
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+55 21 3478 2700
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