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This scientific programme is part of the ESC’s Global Activities - a series of international educational courses in collaboration with cardiology partners all over the world.
José Fernando Guadalajara Boo, Clara Andrea Vázquez Antona
Marisa Crespo Leiro, Rolando Joel Álvarez Álvarez
Carlos Aguiar, Gabriela Borrayo-Sánchez
Pedro Iturralde Torres, Silvia Gisela Siu Moguel
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The ESC is the world’s largest organisation of healthcare professionals dedicated to fighting heart disease. It helps more than 100,000 clinicians, scientists, nurses and allied professionals expand the boundaries of cardiovascular medicine.The ESC publishes 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 32,000 heart specialists.Join our community of cardiologists from more than 150 countries. Become an ESC Professional member.
Mexican Society of Cardiology
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