Company to track disease outbreaks in developing countries

03/8/2004 | NYTimes.com

A young entrepreneur has founded a company to help developing countries monitor disease outbreaks and other health information with technology that suits their limited resources. Because many regions don't have electricity, much less broadband connections, the company uses phone lines to collect information from doctors in remote villages and track it to monitor illness outbreaks.

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