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Mayo Clinic and Grameen Healthcare Join Forces to Launch Demonstration Project

...s. About Grameen Healthcare Grameen Healthcare aims to establish a sustainable health system in Bangladesh that will serve the health needs of bangladeshis of all income levels with low-cost and high-quality health care. Grameen Healthcare will design low-cost, affordable health services for all of Bangla...

A $25 'Sleeping Bag' Incubator to Join More Than 40 Innovations at 'Extremely Affordable Health Innovations' News Conference and Exhibit at 6th Annual World Health Care Congress, April 15, 2009

... About Grameen Healthcare Grameen Healthcare aims to establish a sustainable health system in Bangladesh that will serve the health needs of all bangladeshis at low cost and high quality. Grameen Healthcare will design low-cost, affordable health services for millions of the poorest of the poor in Banglades...

Nobel Prize Winner Professor Muhammad Yunus Leading Delegation From Bangladesh to World Health Care Congress to Advance Affordable Health Care Innovations

... About Grameen Healthcare Grameen Healthcare aims to establish a sustainable health system in Bangladesh that will serve the health needs of all bangladeshis income levels with low cost and high quality health care. Grameen Healthcare will design low-cost, affordable health services for all of Bangladesh, e...

An Incubator or Cataract Surgery for $25? Heart Bypass Surgery for $2,000? See How it Works at 'Extremely Affordable Health Innovations' at The World Health Care Congress, April 14-16, Washington, DC

...e. About Grameen Health Grameen Health aims to establish a sustainable health system in Bangladesh that will serve the health needs of all bangladeshis income levels with low cost and high quality health care. Grameen Health will design low-cost, affordable health services for all of Bangladesh, espec...

Female Reproductive Function Influenced by Childhood Environment

...e potential health implications are far-reaching." Bangladesh, in South Asia, is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. The bangladeshis who took part in the study were middle class women from the Sylhet District. Although a relatively affluent area of the country, inhabitants still suf...

British Heart Experts Use Cricket To Target South Asians

...s now hired a specialist ethnic communications agency, Media Reach Advertising, to tailor the 'Doubt Kills' campaign to target Indians, Pakistanis and bangladeshis living in the UK. The campaign urges people not to delay calling 999 when experiencing chest pain and includes a TV and radio advert in Hindustan...
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