Dr. Suellen Miller presented at a prestigious meeting in Delaware that brought together expert staff from four universities interested in collaborating in areas of public health. Dr. Miller presented on the NASG research to date and proposed research into its use domestically. These include use during delays in receiving definitive treatment for rural women or those who have complications requiring specialized staff or equipment which may take some time to arrive. The NASG may reduce costs (in terms of number of transfusions and IVs, number of days spent in ICU and in hospital) as well as speed recovery. Her presentation was very well received and we are waiting to hear back about a potential grant that will enable us to investigate these opportunities.