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Telus dives deeper into digital health sector with new buy

Briefs | 08/14/2019 11:57 am EDT
Babylon by TELUS Health app. /Photo via Telus.

Continuing its expansion into the digital health services sector, Telus Corp. reached a deal to buy the “virtual care provider” Akira Health. 

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