Health research can be an expensive undertaking. But a Nova Scotia project shows you don't always need to spend a lot to get important results

Information Morning - NS

In Canada, hundreds of millions of dollars are spent on health research every year. A Nova Scotia initiative is setting out to show that we don't always need to spend that much to get helpful findings. The project is using a model first refined in East Africa. Dr Noni MacDonald and Dr Bob Borto-lussi are the co-directors of MicroResearch.

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