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  • The Lancet Commission on Hypertension Group

    About 10 million people die every year from causes relating to hypertension. Elevated blood pressure is the strongest modifable risk factor for cardiovascular disease worldwide.

    The Lancet Commission on Hypertension Group is a worldwide collaborative initiative with two main goals:

    1. Identify key actions to improve the management of blood pressure, both at the population and the individual level.

    2. Initiate a campaign promoting the adoption of key actions at national levels to reduce the impactof elevated blood pressure globally

    Read More 28/02/2016

  • Hypertension Seoul 2016: view the 15th e-bulletin

    We encourage you to join us in Seoul in September!

    Read More 25/02/2016

  • Francine Marques - a courageous story

    Many of you will know ISH member Dr. Francine Marques - former ISH award winner and New Investigator Committee Working Group member. Francine was recently profiled by the Melborne Herald-Sun. Read her courageous story and watch the video that she created to help other women faced with ovarian cancer.

    Read More 23/02/2016

  • Nguyen Thanh Phuong - February 2016 spotlight of the month

    We invite you to read an interview with Nguyen Thanh Phuong - 4th year medical student at Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Vietnam. He gives his advice for other talented emerging leaders.

    Read More 12/02/2016

  • What's on my desk - Stephen Harrap

    The latest edition of “What’s on my Desk?” is from Stephen Harrap (ISH President 2010-2012) from Melbourne, Australia. Stephen’s contribution relates to both his academic interests and leisure pursuits.

    Read More 12/02/2016

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