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October 12th, 2006
Focus on innovation for poor: Mashelkar urges India Inc.
From using nanotechnology for disease diagnosis, to creating a single dose vaccine for children that does not require repeat visits to doctors and vaccines that don't require refrigeration or use of needles, Mashelkar pointed out there are many ways in which research efforts could be directed to help the poor.
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