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Latest offers for affordable medical care abroad - by: PlacidWay,PlacidWay


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Explore the top 10 places to go for breast augmentation - by: PlacidWay,PlacidWay


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Personalised Cancer Treatment Can Help Reduce Side Effects Of Chemo: Study - by: Vimita Mohandas,Channel News Asia


A new study has shown that a more personalised cancer treatment regimen can help improve the cure rate for children with leukemia and reduce the side effects of chemotherapy. ...

Malaysia’s Bid To Be Medical Tourism Hub - by: Natalie Cooper,www.comparecarrentals.co.uk


Malaysia has launched a campaign aimed at tourists seeking medical healthcare abroad. Dr Pawel Suwinski, Frost & Sullivan, senior consultant for healthcare said: “The recent promotion of med...

Medical Tourism: Your Guide to Fun, Sun, and Cheap Surgery - by: Justin Rohrlich,www.minyanville.com


Traveling for medical treatment dates back to the ancient Greeks, who believed that Asklepios, the god of healing, smiled upon people who went to Epidauria, the Lourdes of the Saronic Gulf. Health-car...

Safety and Quality Standards - Driving Patient Expectations - by: Karen H Timmons,Medical Tourism Magazine


Cost and quality don’t always mesh, but these two factors are the most common reasons that people travel abroad for health care.  Americans, for example, travel to India, Thailand, Singapor...

Health versus wealth: Patients get pulled both ways - by: RACHEL TUTTE AND BRIAN DAY,The Global & Mail


PUBLIC CARE: SINGLE-PAYER SYSTEM IS BOTH FAIR AND SUSTAINABLE: Rachel Tutte is co-chairwoman of the B.C. Health Coalition, and works as a physiotherapist at a public rehabilitation hospital in Vancouv...

Overseas, Under the Knife - by: ARNOLD MILSTEIN, MARK D. SMITH and JEROME P. KASSIRER,The NewYork Times


ONE consequence of the high cost of medical care in the United States has been the rise of medical tourism. Every year, thousands of Americans undergo surgery in other countries because the allure o...

Medical Tourism Business Takes Root in San Diego - by: Tom Fudge,www.KBPS.org


Today, the U.S. Government estimates that health care costs account for 16 percent of the Gross Domestic Product. The high cost of medical treatment may be the number one issue in health care reform. ...

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