The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) World Congress is the largest international meeting for the global bleeding disorders community, and it is hosted once every two years at WFH member countries around the globe.
The WFH World Congress is attended by doctors, scientists, healthcare workers, people with bleeding disorders, and hemophilia organizations. These stakeholders convene to learn about the latest developments in the treatment and care of bleeding disorders, as well as to discuss, debate and contribute to an active global organization and community.
WFH has grown tremendously from its first world congress held in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1963. In the beginning, only 12 countries leave their mark in the debut congress. Since then, the number has grown from strength to strength, with up to 137 participating countries in the WFH 2018 World Congress.
Hemophilia Society of Malaysia (HSM) is proud to be the host for the next WFH 2020 World Congress. HSM is looking forward to opening its arm to more than 4,500 international delegates. To learn more about the WFH 2020 World Congress, kindly click HERE to visit WFH’s World Congress web page.
We hope to see you soon in Kuala Lumpur!