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WHO Calls For United Effort To Reduce Premature Mortality From Cardiovascular Diseases

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CVDs are leading cause of death in South-East Asia Region with 3.6 million lives lost every year. To reduce deaths from cardiovascular diseases by one third by 2030, WHO plans to scale-up and integrate ongoing initiatives. All countries in the Region have adopted the WHO HEARTS package for countries to improve cardiovascular health in primary health care.
2 months ago·New Delhi, India

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