A California startup supplies hospitals in Rwanda with blood bags and medications. Drones provide the quickest delivery, paid for by the Health Ministry in Kigali.
Israel just won the European Song Contest, the US moved its embassy to Jerusalem, and the business world is amazed by the innovative startups the nation produces. Yet the tiny country has a lot of catching up to do.
Rwanda's government has launched a drone network capable of delivering vital blood supplies to far-flung areas. It's hoped the speedy delivery service will help save lives in hard-to-reach parts of the country.
Heart problems - that's how Chagas disease may manifest itself. But by then, the infection will have been in a patient's body for many years. That’s why the disease is rarely treated. But it also has to do with poverty.
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