In Uncategorized on January 25, 2013 at 4:57 pm

Amazing Stuff. Passing it On.


Back in August, we wrote about the launch of a startup non-profit organization called Watsi, which offers anyone and everyone the opportunity to fund “low-cost, high impact treatment” for those who lack access to necessary care. Again, considering the fact that there are more than one billion people who are unable to afford adequate medical services (or don’t have access to them), Watsi’s mission has enormous (global) implications. And, honestly, it’s a pleasure to see a startup tackling such a big problem, in spite of the fact that it’s inherently complex, thorny and nearly impossible to solve.

Today, we’ve learned that Watsi also caught the attention of Paul Graham and the Y Combinator crew. In a post published this morning, the YC co-founder says that he (like us) discovered Chase Adams’ venture as part of a discussion on Hacker News. “After about 30 seconds of looking at…

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