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  • Is focusing on prevention for an underdeveloped country relevant?

    Focusing on prevention is indeed relevant for an underdeveloped country. Preventive measures can significantly reduce the burden of noncommunicable diseases, which are a major cause of death globally, especially in developing countries where 82% of premature deaths from these diseases occur. Additionally, addressing public health issues such as infectious diseases through prevention can greatly improve life expectancy and economic development.

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