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Sami Inkinen Jun 15
Replying to @JeffBezos @virtahealth
T2 diabetes costs us $300B/y. Now 1st intervention to cure in <3mo. Idea: Subsidize treatment for low income via
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Raymond Tonsing Jun 15
There you go Jeff!
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Jake Kushner MD Jun 15
With awesome 1 year outcome data proving T2D can be reversed NOW
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Sylvain Kalache Jun 15
Replying to @JeffBezos
Education is a huge issue in the US, look at the student debt, people are loosing their job and cannot access education, yet many companies
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Sylvain Kalache Jun 15
Replying to @JeffBezos @amazon
Including are struggling to find the diverse skilled workforce they need. We need a new college that provides high quality education
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Sylvain Kalache Jun 15
Replying to @JeffBezos @amazon
To the most. That's what I started 2 years ago. It's a program training software Engineers. Blind admission process, no upfront tuition
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Tiffani Ashley Bell Jun 15
Jeff: check out my organization + you can help poor families in the United States with their water bills.
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Awab Alvi Jun 15
Replying to @JeffBezos
millions spent on many areas of health but care is neglected, REDUCE cost of dentistry by focusing on eliminating dental cavities
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Sylvain Kalache Jun 15
Replying to @JeffBezos @amazon
We end up w/ a diverse group: 40% women, 50% POC. All walks of life: teacher, musician, cashier, high school graduates, poker player...
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Tiffani Ashley Bell Jun 15
In places like Detroit and Baltimore, when you're too poor to afford your water bill, the city-run water companies shut you off
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Sylvain Kalache Jun 15
Replying to @JeffBezos @amazon and 6 others
They end up working in Tech companies including prestigious ones like , , , , ,
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Tiffani Ashley Bell Jun 15
My organization uses data and crowdfunding to get families' water turned back on.
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Sylvain Kalache Jun 15
Replying to @JeffBezos @amazon and 6 others
The education brings hard skills for immediate need -> a job. Also train student on learn how to learn to continue to grow -> lasting impact
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Tiffani Ashley Bell Jun 15
Our software platform intelligently subdivides donations and applies them to whichever bills would get the most impact
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Tiffani Ashley Bell Jun 15
Where "most impact" is defined as getting someone's water turned back on, preventing shut off, and/or saving someone's house
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Sylvain Kalache Jun 15
Replying to @JeffBezos @amazon and 6 others
Also diversify the "Tech industry" with a non bias selection process. We need to solve this discrimination issue quickly for a sane society
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Tiffani Ashley Bell Jun 15
Saving someone's house comes in b/c in Detroit + Baltimore, you can lose your home in tax sale/foreclosure if you don't pay the water bill
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Tiffani Ashley Bell Jun 15
Lots of poor families who own homes get caught up in this and it contributes to displacement, blight, and exploitation of the poor
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Tiffani Ashley Bell Jun 15
Some families have lost their paid-off homes they've lived in for over 30 years over water bills as small as $362. It's a travesty.
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