Technology is allowing partners who previously worked independently to collaborate to combat neglected diseases. A growing trend in collaborative health research is creating potentially life-saving global partnerships between pharmaceutical companies, academic researchers, disease advocates and even the general public, who are drawn into the world of science through crowdsourcing. Dwindling money for research and development, and waning donor patience have forced global health players to change how they innovate new products and processes.
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