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How the digital revolution can make healthcare more inclusive

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Reiko Onodera

Project Fellow, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Takeda Pharmaceutical

Takanori Fujita, M.D. J.D.

Project Lead for Healthcare Data Policy, World Economic Forum, C4IR Japan

Jonathan Soble

Editorial and Communication Lead, World Economic Forum, C4IR Japan


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