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I have just watched Hayat Sindi's post on Pop Tech. Her company, Paper Daignostics, offers diagnostic breakthroughs for developing countries and it would seem for developed countries as well.

Dr. Sindi's story is full of courage, intelligence and inspiration for all.

Here is a link to her blog

another to her Pop Tech talk.



The Pop Tech people are all stunning and exciting. There ideas give me hope for the 21st Century. And thank you Evoke for opening this new world.

All the best,

Mrs. Hanson

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Comment by John D. Boyden on March 27, 2010 at 2:27pm
An amazing lady! Her company Diagnostics for All has a fabulous tool to offer and it is so inexpensive! The video at popwatch was well worth the ten minute watching time. +1 vision to you, Mrs. Hanson. I hope lots of people will watch this video and read about her.
Comment by John D. Boyden on March 27, 2010 at 2:32pm
Oh and I think you need to file this article under Social innovation ACT! and label it act1 as a tag fo you to get your wel deserved credit. And always vote for yourself too!
Comment by Mrs Hanson on March 27, 2010 at 3:48pm
Oh - missed the category label process. Thank you. Had you not heard of her before? This is the first online game I have ever attempted. Except for Harry Potter, Gandolf and an occasional Neil Gaiman novel, I'm not much for wizards/alternate realities. The links to what is going on beyond my little street however and seem the reason to stay a little longer. Thank you, John.
Comment by MoE on March 27, 2010 at 5:48pm
Thanks Mrs. Hanson for sharing this. I didn't know her work, yet, and it is so inspiring. Though her blog is not that updated, interesting infos can be found there. And the video from Pop Tech is just great.
Oh, and remember not to leave whitespaces when tagging your post: write "ACT1" instead of "ACT 1", otherwise the tag will automatically be splitted in two.
Comment by Mrs Hanson on March 27, 2010 at 6:50pm
Thank you Stefano.

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