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Client: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Production Company: Chocolate Films

Year of production: 2020

Genre: Feature Documentary

Role: Associate Producer

Hard-hitting feature documentary, which asks why, each year, world-wide tens of thousands of mothers bleed to death needlessly – lives that could be saved by a single injection of an inexpensive generic drug called tranexamic acid.

The film was the result of extensive collaboration with medical staff in the UK, Pakistan, Nigeria and Japan.

It was commissioned by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, as part of an ongoing campaign to raise awareness of tranexamic acid. It was produced by Chocolate Films.

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