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What the Fourth Industrial Revolution can teach us about healthcare in poor countries

The fourth industrial revolution will transform the healthcare of rich and poor countries alike. Image: REUTERS/Adam Jourdan

Duncan Maru

MD, PhD, Arnhold Institute for Global Health and the Departments of Health Systems Design and Global Health, Medicine, and Pediatrics at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

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