India's Sanitary Pad Scarcity Was the Father of His InventionBy
Arunachalam Muruganantham’s long path to a certain kind of fame began when, as a 29-year-old early in his marriage, he realized his wife had a menstrual dilemma. She could either use a soiled rag—”I don’t even use that cloth to clean my two-wheeler, ” he told a TED audience in India—or spend more than the family could afford for basic sanitary pads.
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