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Leveraging technology to improve healthcare in Nigeria and globally

By CNBC
25 November 2019   |   6:10 am
The Co-Founders of War on Cancer, Sebastian Hermelin and Fabian Bolin both spoke to CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole on the sidelines of Nigeria’s Digital Economy Summit, on how technology can be leveraged to improve healthcare globally and in Nigeria.

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