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From Grand Rapids to Ghana: In developing-world healthcare market, low-tech is the new cutting edge

Local medical device startup Sisu Global Health plans to create a channel for needed technology to the developing world, while infusing Grand Rapids’ startup scene with a mentality for global impact.

Jeremy Moore, left,and John Hey, right.

Do Good: Mama's Boys run to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer

Jeremy Moore, 37, and John Hey, 43, met as participants in the 2012 Chamber of Commerce Leadership Grand Rapids Program and discovered both their mothers had died from pancreatic cancer. With this sad interest in common, Moore and Hey set out to see if any strides had been made in the protocol for treating pancreatic cancer.

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Adonit in Grand Rapids: Quiet on the home front, making waves abroad

Stylus innovators Adonit have kept a low profile with their Grand Rapids software engineering office, even as its employees help establish a multii-national brand with major partnerships. Steven Thomas Kent finds out why this global brand maintains a thriving office here in the Midwest.

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New GVSU center promises to streamline local electronics industry

Already making its mark on the craft-brew and heavy-metal subcultures, Grand Rapids is now blowing up the electromagnetic pre-compatibility testing scene. It's good, trust us.

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Spoiler alert: West Michigan boasts its own Gray's anatomy

Minus McDreamy and staged-set hospital drama, West Michigan has its very own Gray's anatomy in a new med-tech startup that creates surgical trainers. John Rumery reports on how Grays Bones and Joint Models is revolutionizing the industry.
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