Technovera, an e-health startup in South Africa reduces medicine wait times for patients with chronic ailments from hours to minutes. See original article …
In Singapore, startups will be taken through a series of workshops including work with the aged and mentally ill, as well as user design and business planning, to come up with sustainable businesses to serve the sector. Those that make it to the last round will also get funding to get started. Great stimulus to […]
Magnificent. Totohealth starts its SMS diagnostics while women are still pregnant, and carries on through the first few years of a child’s life. It doesn’t replace a doctor, clearly, but is a heck of a lot more than nothing at all as is often the case in rural Kenya where they operate. Not a charity, […]
Healthcare in Egypt is a huge issue, and a commensurately large opportunity. There are a number of startups having some early success, but funding is becoming a real issue if they are to continue. See more here.
He disrupted the music industry with Napster. He was President of Facebook. He helped get Spotify going. And now, Sean Parker is looking to “hack” cancer. By supporting the use of immunotherapy, and finding a model to get 6 titans of cancer immunology research to collaborate, this looks like a pretty heavyweight attempt to get […]