Top 10 New Health Care Innovations for Developing Countries

Thursday, October 10, 2013

The need for new, inexpensive medical innovations in the third world is staggering. These devices must be easy to transport, operate, and most importantly, be affordable, or else they will remain available only to the wealthy. These ten new health care innovations for developing countries will be ready to distribute by 2015 and have the potential to save 1.2 million people.

Source: The Borgen Project (link opens in a new window)

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Health Care
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health care, medical devices, public health, sanitation, telemedicine, vaccinations