VASCA Magazine Edition 2 Now Available!

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 We are pleased to announce the release of the second edition of the VASCA Magazine, your trusted resource for the latest insights in the field of vascular anomalies. Following the well-received first edition, we continue our commitment to providing valuable information.

The VASCA Magazine bridges the gap between complex medical information and the day-to-day challenges faced by those dealing with vascular anomalies. By sharing the latest developments in diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing research, the magazine enhances knowledge and supports the community in managing these conditions more effectively.

In this issue, you will find in-depth articles on recent advancements in treatment and diagnosis, contributions from leading healthcare professionals, and inspiring stories from patients navigating their journeys with vascular anomalies. 


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What's inside this edition:

  • Educational Articles and Research Updates: Read well-researched articles that analyze the latest scientific advances and offer new perspectives on treatment methods. Featured articles include ‘Complex Lymphatic Anomalies’, ‘Diagnosis and Management of Peripheral Arteriovenous Malformations’, and ‘Port Wine Stains/Capillary Malformations, and Sturge-Weber Syndrome.' These expert articles are essential for staying at the forefront of care.
  • Patient and Caregiver Stories: Be inspired by patient and caregiver stories that provide insight into the everyday challenges and triumphs faced by those living with vascular anomalies. These stories deepen the understanding of patient needs and experiences.


Download your copy of the second edition of the VASCA Magazine today. This edition is for healthcare professionals and patients or caregivers looking for information on the latest in vascular anomalies care and research. 

Download VASCA Magazine Issue 2 here

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This publication was financially supported by the European Reference Network on Rare Multisystemic Vascular Diseases (VASCERN) - Project ID: 101085076, funded by the European Union under the EU4Health program.