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The 10th China Heart and Brain Medicine Forum will be held in Beijing


By the Peking University People's Hospital of Hypertension professional disciplines and Capital Medical University Affiliated Beijing Tiantan Hospital, Department of Neurology co-sponsored by the Ministry of Health stroke screening and prevention engineering committee, the Chinese Medical Association, China Hypertension Union, Peking University Medical Department, Chinese Medical Association Electronics The 10th China Heart and Brain Medicine Forum, jointly organized by the Audiovisual Publishing House, will be held at the Beijing International Convention Center from September 15 to 16, 2012.

Ten years of hard work, ten years of harvest, ten years of experience, ten years of development, China Heart and Brain Medicine Forum has become a certain scale and influence of the academic event. The China Heart and Brain Medicine Forum aims to create a multi-disciplinary, interdisciplinary approach to the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases with the aim of "bringing the latest, professional, practical and powerful theoretical techniques to a wider range of medical workers" Control, screening, diagnosis and treatment and standardization of management as the core of large medical academic professional forum. In the course of the development of the forum, the forum has gradually formed its own characteristics in the field of cardiovascular hypertension, joint neurology and other interdisciplinary joint development, in the diagnosis and control of interdisciplinary, multi-directional exploration of their own characteristics The In the future on the road, the forum will continue to uphold the standard of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease diagnosis and treatment as the center of the policy, follow the transformation of medicine, theory and practice, and actively support the grassroots regional academic leaders.

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