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Can a phone replace the doctor in Kenya?

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With only one doctor for every 10,000 people in Kenya, the country is looking to technology to help make healthcare more widely available.

One system being trialled is a new automated phone system which it is hoped could cut pregnancy related death by 80%. Spencer Kelly reports.

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