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Abode Shaving Kit Concept for The National Health Service (NHS), UK

Designed for National Health Service (NHS), Abode Shaving Kit highlights the importance of personal care practices in order to enhance patient dignity. As publicly funded national healthcare system in the UK, NHS has provided round the clock support and deal with more than 1 million patients every 36 hours. However, due to ageing population, NHS […]



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