resources IN OTHER languageS

Chinese Survival GuideBoy from ColombiaBook on PH from PortugalWoman from IndiaBook on PH from Taiwan

The Pulmonary Hypertension Association offers and promotes translation of important educational resources.

PHA’s patient-written, medically reviewed book Pulmonary Hypertension: A Patient’s Survival Guide is available in five languages, and more translations are underway!

Click on the translation you are interested in to learn more about ordering the guide in the language of your choice.

Chinese (Simplified) | Japanese | Korean | Spanish | Farsi

If you cannot get in touch with anybody through the above links, please contact

Did you know that many associations offer message boards? Talk to PH patients in Norwegian, German, French, and more!

Search the websites of our partner associations to find the forum for you.

If you speak French, Spanish, Italian, English, or German, visit the multilingual discussion board at the RareConnect Pulmonary Hypertension Group.


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