Mobile devices aren’t just for chatting with friends or playing Bejeweled Blitz. In fact, cell phones have the potential to increase vaccination rates in developing countries and improve the chances of patients taking life-saving medicines as and when directed, according to Bill Gates.
Bill Gates says cell phones can boost immunization rates, monitor supply chains
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