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Pulmonary Hypertension in Japan – An interview with Prof. Yuichi Tamura Director of the Pulmonary Hypertension Center in Tokyo and member of the WSPHA Scientific Board
11.10.2019

Professor Tamura, please introduce yourself. My name is Yuichi Tamura from Japan, I’m the director of the Pulmonary Hypertension centre in downtown Tokyo.  What needs to be done in the future to improve the treatment of Pulmonary Hypertension? I think It is really important…

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Pulmonary Hypertension in Brazil – An interview with Rogerio Souza, Professor of Pulmonary Medicine at University of São Paulo and member of the WSPHA Scientific Board
04.10.2019

Professor Souza, would you please introduce yourself? My name is Rogerio Souza, I’m professor of Pulmonary Medicine at the University of São Paolo Medical School in Brazil.  What kind of progress still needs to be done in the field of Pulmonary Hypertension? Although it…

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Treating children with Pulmonary Hypertension – An interview with Marlene Rabinovitch, Professor at Stanford University and member of the WSPHA Scientific Board
20.09.2019

Professor Rabinovitch, please introduce yourself. My name is Marlene Rabinovitch and I’m a professor of pediatric cardiology at Stanford  University and I direct a program in basic research in Pulmonary Hypertension and I also direct a new program which is a combination of bioengineering and…

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The WSPHA on The Lancet Respiratory Medicine – A discussion of the article with professor Marc Humbert
13.09.2019

Professor Humbert, on April 2019 you published on the Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal a summary of the proceedings of the 6th World Symposium on Pulmonary Hypertension. Would you please comment about the content of the article? In the Lancet Respiratory Medicine, we recently published with…

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The voice of the patients – Interview with Leonardo Radicchi, president of AIPI: Associazione Ipertensione Polmonare Italiana
06.09.2019

Mr Radicchi, would you please introduce yourself? Good morning, I’m Leonardo Radicchi, president of the non-profit organization AIPI: Associazione Ipertensione Polmonare Italiana (Italian Association of Pulmonary Hypertension), an Association founded 20 years ago, and that for 20 years has been working to raise awareness of…

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The voice of the patients – Interview with Brad Wong, president and CEO of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association in the United States
30.08.2019

Mr. Wong, please introduce yourself. I’m the president and CEO of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association in the United States. What is the purpose of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association? The mission of the Pulmonary Hypertension Association is to improve the lives of those affected by Pulmonary…

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The voice of the patients | Interview with Hall Skaara, president of PHA EUROPE European Pulmonary Hypertension Association
23.08.2019

Mr. Skaara, will you introduce yourself? My name is Hall Skaara, I’m originally from Norway but I’m representing PHA Europe. What is the European PH Association and what is its objective? PHA Europe is an umbrella Association with about 35 European national members. The objective…

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WSPHA founders portraits. An interview with Professor Nazzareno Galiè
26.07.2019

Professor Galiè, how important have the World Symposia on Pulmonary Hypertension been for the study of this disease? In the past 45 years the sequence of the Word Symposia has actually represented some very relevant cornerstones for the development of the knowledge, the scientific knowledge,…

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WSPHA founders portraits. An interview with Professor Gerald Simonneau
19.07.2019

Professor Simonneau, please introduce yourself: I am Professor Simonneau. I’m Professor Emeritus at the University of South Paris, and I have been working in the field of Pulmonary Hypertension since 1978. What was the most important reason for the founding of the WSPH Association? The…

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Get Me to 21: Gabi Lowe’s epic battle to save her daughter’s life
12.07.2019

Cape Town, 14 June 2019: In her brilliant memoir, Get Me To 21 Gabi Lowe reveals the incredible journey she embarks on to save Jenna, a bright young girl diagnosed with a life-threatening rare disease. This is the untold true story of a mother’s courageous…

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