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UNC student creates app that connects users with free or affordable healthcare


A new phone app created by a local student connects people to their nearest free or affordable healthcare clinic. Aneesh Agarwal is a junior at UNC with an interest in technology and public health. The app introduces users to the free or affordable clinics that are closest to them, because many people aren't aware of the available healthcare options. (WRAL.com)

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