Sana In The News
Since our inception, Sana has been making press headlines across the globe.
Below is a selection of featured articles:
|In September, 2010, The Epoch Times wrote a piece on Sana and mHealth.||In September, 2010, MIT News covered the story of Sana so far and identified its future opportunities and challenges.|
|In August, 2010, The Hindu covered the launch of Sana in India.||In August, 2010, India’s Economic Times wrote a piece about the potential of Sana in India.|
|In July, 2010, Radio Australia interviewed Dr Leo Celi, Jose Quesada and Dr Amarjeet Singh about the trial of Sana in India.||In October, 2010, The New Zealand Herald included Sana in their round up of the latest technology news from around the globe.|
|In Summer, 2010, Americas Quarterly ran a case study about the work of Sana.||In June, 2010, EMC2 wrote a piece about Sana’s technology and class.|
On October 14, 2009, Sana was featured on the front page of the Business section of the Boston Globe in an article about cell phone applications that are changing the world.
|In December, 2008, LinuxDevices ran a story about Sana as an innovative open-source platform for remote medical diagnostics.|
|In December, 2008, TechCrunch covered MIT’s 6.087 class, which included an overview of Sana.||In November, 2008, the Wall Street Journal Online did a segment that discussed Sana (formerly MoCa) and its potential applications for treating cervical cancer in Africa.|
|In June, 2010, Asia Society wrote about the benefits of mobile health for the world’s poor, and cited the work of Sana.|