A collaboration of researchers at the University of Washington, a Seattle-based world health organization PATH and Seattle Children’s Hospital have developed a simple cup that will help feed infants unable to nurse. A partnership with a Norwegian global health non-profit will get the life-saving cup in the hands of new mothers across Africa. Read more in the Seattle Times.
From the kidney dialysis machine and the portable heart defibrillator to the Scribner Shunt and bone marrow transplantation, Washington State health researchers have invented many life-saving devices and procedures. With over 480 life sciences and global health organizations, Washington’s culture of creativity and innovation has fostered transformational discoveries and revolutionary cures.
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