World Federation of Hemophilia Congress to be held in Malaysia in 2026

Monday, June 24, 2024

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The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) Congress is set to return to Malaysia in 2026 after being postponed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event will be held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre from 19-22 April 2026 and is expected to attract 4,500 delegates from over 130 countries.

“Formally, we are partners.
Hemophilia Society Malaysia (HSM) at the WFH World Congress 2024 in Madrid, Spain.
The Malaysian team is honoured and excited to finally welcome WFH to our soil.
We want to provide a great experience for all delegates and
Unique culture and hospitality. This event is
Not just hemophilia treatment, but also highlighting Malaysia’s capacity as a first destination for hemophilia care.
International conference” Azman Haji Thambi Chick, Chief Executive Officer of , said:
My CEB.

Azman said that although the postponement was an unfortunate delay,
“The safety of the people is our number one priority. However, the postponement
Planning and hosting health-focused events is essential for bringing people together.
“Global experts delivering breakthrough discoveries and innovative solutions”

WFH 2026 is set to redefine the standards of medical conferences by not only bringing together medical professionals, researchers, scientists and regulators but also actively engaging patients in knowledge sharing. Patients with bleeding disorders will have a unique opportunity to have direct access to the latest developments, empowering them to make informed decisions about their health. The conference is expected to generate an estimated economic impact of RM112 million, of which RM47.9 million will be attributable to visitor spending in Malaysia, significantly benefiting the local healthcare sector. Beyond the economic benefits, hosting this prestigious event will foster knowledge exchange, collaboration and showcase Malaysia’s medical expertise, enhancing its reputation as a leading hub for medical advancements in the region. Building on the success of the WFH 2024 conference in Spain, which attracted over 3,000 delegates from 135 countries, preparations for the 2026 event are gaining momentum. Stakeholders are encouraged to join forces to leverage this landmark event to shape the future of healthcare in Malaysia and globally. With a shared commitment to excellence and innovation, Malaysia is poised to drive meaningful change and make a lasting impact on the global healthcare world.

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