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5 Billion People Need Better Healthcare — Technology Will Help Deliver It

If you’ve ever had to go into the hospital for a major medical procedure, your memory of the experience is probably pretty unpleasant. Even when all goes well, the hospital is a nerve-racking place most of us would rather not be. But did you know that just by being treated in a functioning hospital and having access to modern care, you’re part of a dramatic global minority? The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery’s 2015 report.
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