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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 72nd Brazilian Congress of Cardiology.
F. Pinto (Portugal), J.Ilha Guimaraes (Brazil)
This session will take place in Auditorium 4
J. Bax (Netherlands), M. Vinicius Bolivar Malachias (Brazil)
J. Zamorano (Spain), J. Pinheiro de Andrade (Brazil)
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The ESC is the world’s largest organisation of healthcare professionals dedicated to fighting heart disease. It helps more than 95 000 cardiologists expand the boundaries of cardiovascular medicine.The ESC publishes a dozen different scientific journals, an array of textbooks and world renowned ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines. It provides continuing medical education through webinars and classroom courses, and hosts the summit of cardiovascular science each August - ESC Congress - which attracts more than 30 000 heart specialists and delivers over 4 500 of the latest scientific abstracts.Join our community of cardiologists from more than 140 countries. Become an ESC Professional member.
Brazilian Society of Cardiology
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Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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