Novelagene Science joins the global campaign for free healthcare
Original article/ Image credit: punchng.com
Nearly every civilized country on the face of the earth has a universal healthcare system. Some are funded by payroll taxes, compulsory insurance or a combination of both. As a result, healthcare is free or very low cost at point of service.
The benefits of these include a lower risk of a death sentence on treatable illnesses. As in the case of Moradeun Balogun who was stabbed in December of 2019 and health care at a private hospital.
In recent times the issues of free/universal health care is growing more prominent as countries like hop on board.
However, universal health care is less a reality in most of West Africa, despite existing government hospitals and student hospitals, most medical care requires patients to pay out of pocket, sometimes at the detriment of their lives.
With fears rising as coronavirus enters Lagos, healthcare concerns become more evident across Nigeria but also West Africa.
These reasons and more is why Novelagene science a bourgeoning biotech and health company is hoping to join the global campaign for universal health care in West Africa with is the platform.
Users who are interested in exploring this possibility can click here to register.