US boosts screening for Native Americans
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US Senate has approved legislation that will expand healthcare programmes in American-Indian communities across the US, infusing $35bn over 10 years into the Indian health service. In particular, the legislation will expand the current cancer screening and diabetes screening programmes for Native Americans and improve communicable and infectious disease monitoring.
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