A CRISIS THE WORLD KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT
A simple snakebite leads to an unbearable panic unlike anything you've ever known. It's the panic of not knowing if you or someone you love will have days, hours, or "Minutes to Die".
An estimated 125,000 people each year succumb to this little known global health crisis. Another 400,000 voiceless victims will suffer long-term disability; constant wound care, amputations and unshakeable psychological morbidity. Antivenoms are either ineffective, unavailable or come with a price tag out of reach for the dollar-a-day-earning rural farmer. Saving a life means financial ruin for most. Can scientists develop and deploy effective and affordable treatments fast? Will governments in snakebite endemic countries rise up to answer the cries of voiceless victims? "Minutes to Die" was filmed in seven countries on five continents.
Spread the word about the snakebite crisis. Give the victims a voice!
Plan and host a screening for your group, foundation, aid organization, conference, or university global health program. "Minutes to Die" will be available in September 2017.