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  • Lybrate is India’s Facebook for healthcare
  • Lybrate is India’s Facebook for healthcare
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Lybrate is India’s Facebook for healthcare

With one doctor per 1,800 people, India has a scarcity of trusted medical professionals, resulting in a large healthcare gap where citizens don’t have access to medical advice. Lybrate is a health communication platform hoping to provide an answer, envisioning itself as a Facebook for healthcare.

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