InterAmerican Heart Foundation (IAHF)
Fundación InterAmericana del Corazón (FIC)
Fundação InterAmericana do Coração
Sep 1992, under the auspices of B-XB2533 - World Heart Federation (WHF), and with the support of D-XD1100 - Inter-American Society of Cardiology (ISC), the American Heart Association, and other regional associations. Statement of Intent signed 17 Apr 1994, Mexico City (Mexico), by representatives of 12 countries. Approved 9 Sept 1994, Berlin (Germany), by WHF as its American continental federation. Previously also referred to as Inter-American Heart Foundation (IAHF) – Fundación Interamericana del Corazón (FIC).
Promote an environment throughout the Americas that is conducive to the prevention of heart disease and stroke.
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