Kuala Lumpur recently won the bid to host the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) World Congress in 2020. According to the Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB), the biennial WFH World Congress will generate an estimated MYR55 million in economic impact with about 4,300 delegates from over 125 countries in attendance.
The largest international meeting dedicated to the advancement of treatments to improve the lives of people with genetic bleeding disorders, the WFH World Congress is the most significant international forum that brings together the entire global bleeding disorders community.
In line with MyCEB’s goal of attracting major healthcare conferences to Malaysia, the Congress will have a line-up of speakers including leading experts in the field of inherited bleeding disorders and healthcare officials. The Congress will showcase the latest scientific and clinical developments in research, diagnostics and disease management. The Congress is also set to present a multidisciplinary program on emerging topics in the inherited bleeding disorders field.