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Africa has a new strategy to combat chronic disease – here’s what you need to know

African countries are launching a new initiative to treat severe chronic diseases locally instead of in big cities. Image: WHO Africa

Victoria Masterson

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Non-infectious chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes are growing – especially in Africa. Image: Our World In Data.

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