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In Rwanda, high-speed drones are delivering blood to remote communities

Clinics can request a blood delivery from a central storage facility via text or WhatsApp message. Image: REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Sean Fleming
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Keenan Wyrobek, head of product engineering at Zipline International, displays a package of fake blood airdropped by a Zipline drone during a flight demonstration at an undisclosed location in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, U.S., May 5, 2016. REUTERS/Stephen Lam - S1AETDANIRAB
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