Malawi Tests Use Of Drones In Effort To Improve HIV Diagnostic Process

Globe and Mail: Drones enter Africa’s fight against HIV
“…Drone delivery has the potential to revolutionize medical testing and supplies in Africa. … In its first formal test on Monday afternoon, a small drone flew successfully from a rural clinic to a hospital laboratory in Malawi’s capital, carrying simulated blood samples. … The trial this week is the first known use of drones in Africa for the improvement of HIV services, officials said…” (York, 3/14).

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