The COVID-19 pandemic is a revelation of the status of global healthcare, with even first world countries questioning their capabilities to address such a large-scale demand for services and technology to cater to their people better and faster.
For developing countries like the Philippines, the challenges range from poverty, lack of access to basic healthcare, poor usage and allocation of resources in the health sector, and inequity.
On top of the coronavirus outbreak that has affected over 240,000 people in the country, there are other health issues such as cancer experienced by Filipinos every day. According to the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on…
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