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Mobile tech easing China's health care inefficiencies

BEIJING -- Lin Zhongying used to resist going to the doctor for her regular blood-sugar tests. But the 59-year-old Fujian Province housewife, a diabetic for 10 years, has dutifully taken them twice a week since her daughter, He Wenjun, bought her a blood-glucose meter three months ago. Her daughter calls immediately after each test to discuss the results.

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