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Better Maps, Less Cholera?
Ozy.com (29 Apr 2015)
Much like the rainy season, outbreaks of cholera return every year to Bangladesh’s crowded slums, where millions throughout the country contract the diarrheal disease. Unless patients get help quickly, it can infect, spread and kill within just hours. And without a detailed map, patients who contract cholera can’t tell doctors...
Calculating against deadly disease
Washington State University (1 Apr 2015)
A new mathematical model designed at WSU could help in battling outbreaks of cholera and other devastating diseases.
Scientists have invented a water filter that could change the world
BGR (12 Mar 2015)
Liquidity’s Naked Filter is an interesting new project with a name you might want to remember for when it hits Kickstarter, as the company has apparently found a clever way to turn any kind of water — whether it’s tap water from your home or from any other source you encounter during your hikes and travels — into clean, germ- and bacteria-free water.
Cholera Therapeutic Pipeline Drugs and Companies Review H1 2015 Research Report
Virtual Strategy (11 Mar 2015)
The report “Cholera – Pipeline Review, H1 2015” provides comparative analysis on the therapeutic development for Cholera.