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Research published today in The Lancet shows that each year more than two million people globally die unnecessarily because they cannot access treatment for kidney failure (dialysis or a kidney transplant).
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Research shows that the average child consumes more than the recommended amount of salt for adults. This excessive consumption of dietary salt increases the likelihood of heart attack, stroke and high blood pressure during their adult lives.
The George Institute for Global Health, in partnership with UNICEF and Reuters, has endeavoured to develop educational programs for journalists in an effort to address the challenges of public health starting with improving immunization coverage and vaccine up-take in India.
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Sarah Coggan has been working at the George Institute since 2012 on a number of academic collaborations. She has experience in clinical trials as well as non-interventional health systems research in Chronic Kidney Disease and Diabetes. At TGI, Sarah facilitates qualitative and quantitative research studies, including randomised clinical trials, data linkage based projects and a needs-based analysis of current health-care models.