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  • Healthcare on demand in China
  • Healthcare on demand in China
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Healthcare on demand in China

With a population of 1.4 billion, China's healthcare system needs to be as efficient as possible. Chunyu Yisheng is a smartphone healthcare app that connects patients to doctors, allowing remote consultations and diagnosis of their ailments.

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