Marc Koska

Exposing a breaking point in the global chain of infection

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About Marc Koska

In 1984, Marc Koska was aimlessly traveling the world when he stumbled upon a newspaper article predicting the spread of HIV through the re-use of medical syringes. For Marc, the article was a game changer, igniting his interest in global public health and catalyzing his invention of the Auto Disable syringe that breaks following use.

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Marc Koska, inventor of a life-saving syringe, shares the struggles, setbacks, breakthroughs and ultimate triumph of this technology’s 30-year odyssey from great idea to globally adopted reality.

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