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Five years ago, most Chinese citizens stayed in their own country for medical care or to give birth. The figure today has risen from 5,000 to nearly 60,000, as the lure of health rejuvenation therapies, high-end health screening, and childbirth opportunities draw them increasingly to foreign lands, according to Yan Jian, CEO of the Shanghai Medical Tourism Products and Promotion Platform as reported in China Daily on November 7.

Young Chinese Drive Korea's Plastic Surgery Boom - by: Peter Ford, Christian Science Monitor

Seoul, South Korea - On the streets of Apgujeong, the Seoul neighborhood that is ground zero for plastic surgery in Asia, there are new faces looking to get lifted. The latest boost to South Korea’s booming beauty industry? China's wealthy.

Desperately seeking stem cell therapy abroad - by: Ariana Eunjung Cha, Washington Post

Disillusioned by U.S. doctors who could not help their daughter with cerebral palsy, Kara Anderson’s parents did something they could not have imagined a few years ago: They took her to China.

Cross-strait red tape hurts medical tourism: official - by: Staff Writer with CNA, Taipei Times

Although Taiwan offers high­-­quality, low-cost medical services, this is not as important in tapping the Chinese market for medical tourism as clearing red tape for severely ill patents, a medical executive said on Saturday. Wu Ming-yen (吳明彥), ­secretary-general of the Taiwan Non-governmental Hospitals and Clinics Association (NHCA), said that the complicated, time-consuming application process....

Medical tourism offers hope in global downturn - by: Steven Crook, Taiwan Journal

According to Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, a unit of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, some 750,000 Americans traveled abroad for health care in 2007. The center predicts this number will rise to six million by 2010.

Beijing Investigates Transplants for Tourists - by: MARK McDONALD, The NewYork Times

It was investigating whether 17 Japanese tourists had received illegal kidney and liver transplants in China.

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