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Gaby Henriette Vercauteren

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World Health Organization

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World Health Organization

49 Sheridan Avenue

Albany, New York,12210

United States

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WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based polic... more.

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Cheap and reliable health care technologies are what the developing world and the Western world need, said Dr. Gaby Vercauteren, coordinator of diagnostics and laboratory technologies at the World Health Organization.
"Obviously smaller, easy to use, inexpensive technologies will find their way throughout the whole system and will provide better access to care to all those who need it," she said. She said many medical diagnostic tests are too expensive for people in poorer areas of the world to afford. But they are the essential first step to health care. "Today, many people don't get the necessary diagnosis that will lead to access to the right treatment because diagnostic tests and lab tests are, most of the time, out of pocket," she said. Vercauteren, of the WHO, said the paper may mold in humid, hot climates. And it's still important for people to get access to doctors so they know what to do about their diagnoses, she said. She said its possible to conquer those challenges.


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Vercauteren also raised the question of how much the device would cost,


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