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Foto: Patient records at a pediatrician's office in Kampala, Uganda
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Foto: The price list for medicine and medical supplies is displayed on a chalkboard at a health post in the rural community of Gassane in the  Louga region of Senegal. Available products include antimalarials, antibiotics, painkillers, vitamins, and contraceptives
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Foto: A doctor examines a child during his vist to a slum area of Chandigarh, India
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