Development of telemedicine in Madagascar to improve the daily life of sickle cell anaemia patients

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A story about a Franco-Malagasy NGO and a research laboratory of the Antananarivo Faculty of Medicine who developed an application to build a network of patient care and follow-up.

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  • 2020 Final release date
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Development of telemedicine in Madagascar to improve the daily life of sickle cell anaemia patients

A story about a Franco-Malagasy NGO and a research laboratory of the Antananarivo Faculty of Medicine who developed an application to build a network of patient care and follow-up.

Sickle cell disease, the most common genetic disease in the world, is still incurable. We wish to report on the daily life of sickle cell patients in Madagascar, in the city, in remote areas and thus tell how the development of telemedicine is improving their situation. We are going to document the work of a Franco-Malagasy NGO and a research laboratory at the Antananarivo Faculty of Medicine, which have developed an application that makes it possible to constitute a network of care and monitoring of patients.

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