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Health care app now in Arabic

April 12, 2016

Metro News | Apr. 11, 2016

Getting a doctor’s appointment or finding a pharmacy that’s open late at night can be tough, and even more difficult if you’re a refugee with a language barrier. That’s why, a start-up led by a group of University of Toronto graduates, has translated its multilingual health-care service app into Arabic, to accommodate the new wave of Syrians who’ve landed in the city. Read more.