Medicines from the sky: how drones can save lives

People watch as a drone, of US company Zipline, takes-off from an operations center in Muhanda, Rwanda October 12, 2016, on its way to deliver blood supplies to remote hospitals. Picture taken October 12, 2016. REUTERS/James Akena - D1BEUHWYMGAB

A drone takes-off in Muhanda, Rwanda, on its way to deliver blood supplies to remote hospitals Image: REUTERS/James Akena

Craig Kennedy
Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain Management, Merck Sharp & Dohme
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