Handy work: How a Midwife from Zimbabwe is Improving Global Healthcare

When Clara Methie isn’t at the bedside delivering babies, she’s lobbying administrators to provide basic resources. Where she works in Zimbabwe, sterile gloves which are abundant in hospitals in developed nations [...]

Anesthesia, Made to Measure

The Data Helping Tailor Your Anaesthesia Going under anesthetic is a common, necessary but sometimes daunting experience for many patients. Despite advancements in anesthesia delivery, patients can still suffer from side [...]

A population 15x that of the U.S. doesn’t have access to safe surgery

Changing that achieves an end well beyond the surgery By Tigistu Ashengo, Assistant Medical Director, Jhpiego Of all the possible priorities for global health that attendees at this week’s 69th World [...]

How to Build a Biopharma Factory in 550 Days (the unofficial, abridged guide)

This week GE Healthcare and JHL Biotech, a biopharma startup, announced that the world’s toughest diseases had met their match with the opening of the world’s first modular biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility [...]

Toughest Diseases in the World Meet Their Match: A Factory in a Box

What happens when manufacturing know-how meets high-tech healthcare Racho Jordanov, CEO of JHL Biotech, is dedicating his life to making a breakthrough class of medicines called biologics more affordable and accessible [...]

Is Portland another Silicon Valley… for Life Sciences?

Start-ups are no longer exclusively for mobile app and social network creators. With advancements in personalized medicine and cell biology, the next big thing may come from a burgeoning Life Sciences [...]

Play-On: This Research May One Day Help Pro Ball Players… And You

NBA and GE Healthcare Sports Medicine and Orthopedics Collaboration aimed at prevention, diagnosis and treatment of tendinopathy As the 2016 National Basketball Association (NBA) playoffs continue, so too does medical research [...]

GE and ISUOG: A Shared Vision for Ghanaian Mothers and Children

Between 1990 and 2005, maternal mortality worldwide dropped by about 44%.1 But in Ghana, insufficient progress has been made, according to the WHO. Maternal mortality is one of the most difficult [...]
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