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Most medical missions are focused on providing ad hoc care or limited-term relief for the residents of a developing nation and then returning home.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Giving Back through Medical Missions

For 37 years, Philips Software Quality Engineer Ed Myers has worked in the medical device field, testing software on a wide range of products.

“There’s about 40 MSROs in the United States that do similar work,” said Anne Virginia Lindstrom, “however, we are one of the only ones that has a local distribution that keeps supplies here as well.”

About how many people — athletes, musicians, artists, craftsmen, chefs — has it been said that they died doing what they loved?

Rules governing the handling of manufacturing waste and the byproducts of industry differ so greatly from country to country

The idea for Standing With Hope came to Grace Rosenberger the day she had her second leg amputated.

Medical Dealer | Slice of Life | Pay it Forward | Sept 2014

There are three chief limitations to achieving better-quality medical care in the developing world, says Dr. David Chen.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Pay It Forward

In December 2012, clinical engineer Michael Hurley got the note that Boston Medical Center was going to begin a therapy dog program.

Rick Staab believes that a disease that afflicts nearly half a million American children could be cured in 10 years.

As he and his wife approach their retirement years, the pair had decided to become foster parents.

Medical Dealer | Slice of Life | Pay it Forward

Most medical missions are focused on providing ad hoc care or limited-term relief for the residents of a developing nation and then returning home.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Giving Back through Medical Missions

For 37 years, Philips Software Quality Engineer Ed Myers has worked in the medical device field, testing software on a wide range of products.

“There’s about 40 MSROs in the United States that do similar work,” said Anne Virginia Lindstrom, “however, we are one of the only ones that has a local distribution that keeps supplies here as well.”

About how many people — athletes, musicians, artists, craftsmen, chefs — has it been said that they died doing what they loved?

Rules governing the handling of manufacturing waste and the byproducts of industry differ so greatly from country to country

The idea for Standing With Hope came to Grace Rosenberger the day she had her second leg amputated.

Medical Dealer | Slice of Life | Pay it Forward | Sept 2014

There are three chief limitations to achieving better-quality medical care in the developing world, says Dr. David Chen.

Medical Dealer Magazine | Pay It Forward

In December 2012, clinical engineer Michael Hurley got the note that Boston Medical Center was going to begin a therapy dog program.

Rick Staab believes that a disease that afflicts nearly half a million American children could be cured in 10 years.

As he and his wife approach their retirement years, the pair had decided to become foster parents.