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A British study has found a serious flaw with expensive medical equipment being donated by rich countries to the world's poor.
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5/08/2012 11:05:09 p.m.
Zakaria Elhidaoui wrote:
this is incredible, I live in USA, originally I'm from Morocco, I have a premature baby, thank God his doing good right now, it was so early when he decided to come out, he's been in the incubator 2.5 Months, now he is in a normal bed, hopefully few weeks before take him home, so I was thinking what if I was in Morocco, I think my baby won't make it, so I encourage this invents very much, if I can be of any help I'll be happy to do it, I know enough about incubators because of my baby son. Thank you so much for your effort and invents.
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