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How digital equality could boost heart health

Better internet access, particularly in remote areas and low-income regions, is needed to support heart health as more patients use digital healthcare tools. Image: Getty Images

Jean-Luc Eiselé

CEO, World Heart Federation

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Many patients who succumb to heart disease live in low-resource settings that are often excluded from digital access or digital healthcare options, according to the WHF. Image: The Lancet
Jean-Luc Eiselé, World Heart Federation (WHF)

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