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BCVS Scientific SessionsBasic Cardiovascular Sciences 2023 Scientific Sessions
July 31–Aug. 3, 2023
West Boston Seaport District | Boston, Massachusetts
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July 31-August 3, 2023Westin Boston Seaport District | Boston, Massachusetts
Hypertension Scientific Sessions 2023September 7–10, 2023Sheraton Boston Hotel | Boston, Massachusetts
November 11–13, 2023Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Resuscitation Science Symposium 2023November 11–12, 2023Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown| Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Comprehensive Guide on Hypertension
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Remembering Dr. Ralph Sacco
Dr. Ralph Sacco, the first neurologist to serve as president of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, died Jan. 17. Sacco, a distinguished AHA/ASA volunteer and a revered scientist, served as editor-in-chief of the journal Stroke in addition to other leadership roles. Because of Dr. Sacco’s passion for the AHA and its mission, at his family's request donations in his memory can be made to The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. We have created the Ralph Sacco Memorial Fund for Brain Health in Ralph’s memory.
Mark Your Calendars for Hypertension 2023September 7–10, 2023
Sheraton Boston Hotel | Boston, Massachusetts
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