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India taps Japanese tech to deliver health care to 1.4bn people

Fujifilm clinic helps diagnose tuberculosis in rural population

The rehabilitation center at Sakra World Hospital in Bengaluru is the first of its kind in India. (Photo by Kunio Saijo)

TOKYO/MUMBAI -- As India struggles with delivering quality health care to its population of 1.4 billion people, Japanese companies are playing a part in supporting local facilities from rural mobile clinics to big-city hospitals.

Hundreds of people, from young mothers to older adults, gathered on March 15 at a settlement in the southwestern state of Kerala to receive tuberculosis screenings at a Fujifilm mobile clinic.

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