Aiding the most vulnerable pg. 2
“The diversity of the human population in India is going to open a lot of doors for people who are interested in medicine and health,” Sahasrabuddhe explains. The study also provides insight into the problem of health care disparities, no matter where in the world they occur.
“We’re looking at socioeconomic barriers, human factors, institutional or systemic factors which prevent access to screening,” he says. Interventions that don’t account for these factors “are bound to fail.”
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