How one pharmacist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia helped protect patients.
When is an airline a critical part of the healthcare system? When countries—such as Ethiopia—must import life-saving medicines.
In Nigeria, mothers frequently deliver their babies at home—only 36 percent deliver at health care facilities. Giving birth without the assistance of trained healthcare providers leaves babies vulnerable to infections, and some can be fatal.
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