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Having easy access to medical treatment is taken for granted in many parts of the developed world.
But, in poorer communities the doctor-patient ratios are higher, and are often complicated by long distances.
In Bangladesh, tele-medicine is allowing patients in remote parts of the country to receive medical attention sooner.
As part of Al Jazeera's Global Good Practices series, Nicolas Haque reports from Rangpur.