Peru in groundbreaking cataract access drive
This article was originally published in Clinica
Peru is aiming to operate more than 80,000 cataract patients through a groundbreaking programme that targets sectors of the population that would not otherwise have any chance of access to the procedure. The initiative highlights the healthcare and logistical needs of the country, which the government is now seeking to address in other ways.
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