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The Boston Globe

Rwanda has 10 million people, but no cancer specialists.

A recent collaboration between a Waltham medical information company and a Harvard University research institute aims to reduce such professional isolation – and to learn from the medical knowledge and resourcefulness of doctors in the developing world.

The company, UpToDate Inc., is working with Harvard’s Global Health Delivery Project to provide better access to its digital information service in countries such as Rwanda.

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