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Korea becoming destination for medical tourism - by: Kim Tae-jong,


Fathema Ibrahim Ali Al Ali from the United Arab Emirates believes she has been given a new life in Seoul thanks to a successful kidney transplant performed by Korean doctors. The organ transpl...

South Africa ~ The Rising Star on Medical Tourism Horizon - by: Dr. Prem Jagyasi, Medical Tourism Magzine


South Africa has traditionally been featured as a preferred destination for the medical traveler particularly in the field of emergency treatment as well as elective procedures such as cosmetic and de...

Ghana targets health tourism boom - by: Louise Greenwood ,Africa Business Report, BBC World News


As well as an array of massage, hydrotherapy and beauty treatments, Holy Trinity also offers a range of cosmetic and other surgery....

AFRICA: Development of healthcare and health tourism - South Africa, Tunisia, Ghana - by: ,International Medical Travel Journal


South Africa and Tunisia, two of the most important medical tourism destinations in Africa, are changing their healthcare systems, while Ghana is making an entry into health tourism....

South Africa: Country 'Well Placed' to Be Top Health Tourism Destination - by: Julius Baumann,AllAfrica.com


Johannesburg — SA CAN accommodate up to 1-million health tourists each year and is ideally placed to the become the destination of choice for medical and cosmetic surgical procedures, Cawe Mahla...

South Africa can be top health tourist destination - by: Nthambeleni Gabara,Bua News


Johannesburg - South Africa is well positioned to become the destination of choice for health tourism. Addressing the Health Tourism Congress on Thursday on medical preparations for travel tourism ahe...

2010 healthcare must be tops - by: ,News 24


Johannesburg - South Africa has to position itself as a destination of choice for medical healthcare ahead the 2010 Fifa World Cup, Deputy Health Minister Molefi Sefularo said on Thursday. "It is a wa...

Health tourism industry ‘must not disadvantage SA’s poor - by: JULIUS BAUMANN,Business Day


SA WAS well positioned to take advantage of a fast-growing health tourism sector but the country had to guard against disadvantaging poorer communities, Deputy Health Minister Molefi Sefularo said yes...

Medical Tourism: Vaccinated Against the Recession? - by: Lorenza Alessie,hospitality.net


A forecast by Deloitte Consulting published in August 2008 projected that medical tourism originating from the US alone could jump by a factor of ten over the next decade....

Tourists seek South African nip and tuck, with safari on the side - by: Sibongile Khumalo ,Yahoo


More and more foreign tourists are coming to South Africa for a little nip and tuck at the country's private hospitals, with safari on the side....

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