Saline is the lifeblood of healthcare delivery in the world, but manufacturing shortages and monopolies threaten communities, healthcare facilities and hospitals that do not have saline security.
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At the end of this past semester, CEMS students Brooke Bednarke and Sara Kalb produced a t-shirt fundraiser to support students in Kenya. As members of the UVM chapter of the Society of Women Engineers, they are keenly aware of the profound impact of supportive efforts on the global community. Bednarke just graduated as a Biomedical Engineer studying cells, tissues, and organ biomechanics.
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