U.N. Apologizes For Cholera In Haiti

U.N. Apologizes For Cholera In Haiti Haitian activists have been demanding that the United Nations would accept responsibility for what the country believes to be truth. That the UN was responsible for the cholera outbreak that has occurred in Haiti. They finally received their wish when U.N.

Read more

Takeda Myeloma Drug Approved in Europe

Takeda Myeloma Drug Approved in Europe Takeda has gained European Union approval of its multiple myeloma drug Ninlaro for second line use – joining a wave of new treatments for the incurable condition. Ninlaro (ixazomib) will be used in combination with lenalidomide and dexamethasone for adult patients

Read more

Henry Schein Works Towards Creating a Sustainable and Healthy Future for the World’s Refugees

Henry Schein

Henry Schein Works Towards Creating a Sustainable and Healthy Future for the World’s Refugees Today, over 65 million people woke up as refugees. These Individuals have been displaced from their homes and communities by natural disasters, conflict, and other crises. During times of displacement, emergency assistance to

Read more

Americares Distributes Zika-Protective Clothing for Expectant Mothers

Americares Distributes Zika-Protective Clothing for Expectant Mothers Patients of the Americares Family Clinic in Santiago de Maria, El Salvador, have been the recipients of the revolutionary shirts crafted from bio-repellent-treated textile in order to defend expectant mothers from the mosquitos that spread the dreaded Zika virus. Maternova

Read more

PQMD Members Direct Relief, International Medical Corps, and Heart to Heart International team with FedEx to Deliver 30 Tons of Aid to Haiti

PQMD Members Direct Relief, International Medical Corps, and Heart to Heart International team with FedEx to Deliver 30 Tons of Aid to Haiti More than 30 tons of critical aid is on the ground and in the hands of relief workers in Haiti. FedEx delivered the emergency supplies

Read more

The Neonatal Resuscitation Program: How a Partnership Between the U.S. and China Saved Thousands of Babies

The Neonatal Resuscitation Program: How a Partnership Between the U.S. and China Saved Thousands of Babies It was an historic initiative: train healthcare workers across China in neonatal resuscitation—from big cities to remote villages. Ten years later, over 150,000 newborns are alive because of it. We go

Read more