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Startups For Better Health
Korean startups are getting more active in developing countries by marketing health products.
Noul has developed a malaria diagnosis kit that makes it easier to detect malaria, a deadly disease, in just 15 minutes. The founder is a Seoul National University researcher.
Ovitz Korea makes devices that help people in Bangladesh suffering from poor vision because they don’t get enough eye checkups.
Healcerion has developed a handheld device for conducting pregnancy checks in areas in Vietnam without big hospitals.
Jeyun, a start-up in Morocco, aims to get rid of tuberculosis. In Jordan, Mand.ro is developing artificial limbs for Syrian refugees.
1. What did Noul develop?
2. Why are people in Bangladesh suffering from poor vision?
1. Why is it important to take care of our health?
2. What devices does Ovitz Korea make?
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