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Dr. EE Eyong is a Sr. Consultant for engineering, quality assurance, and regulatory affairs strategy expert for advanced medical device development, based in Atlanta, USA. For more than a decade, he has dedicated his career to helping global medical device companies, and regulatory agencies find success in the healthcare industry. He is also a strong advocate for harmonizing medical device regulations around the globe. During the Ebola outbreak, as the President of the Orphan Kids Help Foundation (OKHF), he worked with international organizations to help support kids in the sub-Saharan region of Africa who were affected by the virus. Dr. Eyong worked with healthcare experts and Epidemiologists, shedding light on the problems posed by epidemics and the consequences of the lack of medical supplies in that region. Dr. Eyong earned his doctorate in Engineering Management from Walden University.

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MED-CHAINS – “A Groundbreaking Exploration of Pandemics”
Med-Chains is about the interrelations and challenges faced by countries in finding solutions during pandemics. The effects of disruptions within the healthcare system and the activities that lead to shortages in medical supplies, regulatory challenges, government interventions, re-engineering, and geo-economic consequences during a pandemic are relatively connected.
This publication will feature opinions from leaders of the healthcare industry, across the public and private sphere, including Presidents, Government Ministers, IHOs, CEOs, Scientists, and independent minds across Med-Chains. It includes, resources, opinion pieces, and essential data needed in solving pandemics.
The book is published in ten languages – English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Latin, Japanese

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