Franchise clinics improve healthcare access for children in developing world -

Franchise health clinics could substantially increase access to essential vaccinations and treatments among children living in low-income countries, regardless of their household income status, report researchers.


Furthermore, these findings were not significantly different for lower-income versus higher-income households, report Justin Berk (Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock, USA) and Achyuta Adhvaryu (Yale School of Public Health, New Haven, Connecticut) in BMJ Open.

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