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Better: taking healthcare mobile

When health expert Geoffrey Clapp teamed up with US medical practice and research group the Mayo Clinic, together they envisaged a future where healthcare would be available anytime, anywhere. And for $49 per month, that's exactly what the resultant app Better offers.

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