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Mexicali Pushing Medical Tourism - by: CHELCEY ADAMI,Imperial Valley Press


Those heading south of the border for medical resources don’t have to worry about waiting as long to cross back into the U.S. with the debut this past week of a medical tourism lane at the Ca...

Mexicali Tour, From Tummy Tuck to Root Canal - by: Jennifer Medina,New York Times


Tourists often come to border towns looking for some kind of illicit adventure, trotting among the bars, strip joints and seedy motels that dot the streets. Here, though, the visitors are searching...

More American patients seek treatment abroad to escape high medical costs - by: Tom Ramstack,AHN


The health ministry has developed a strategic plan to encourage medical tourism by continuing “the effort to improve the perception of public safety and promote [Mexico’s] image as a g...

Mexican medical tourism expanding - by: Medical tourism news,IMTJ


Many Americans and Canadians are going to Mexico for medical and dental treatment for substantial savings. Agencies, hospital and dental groups are making it easier to find high quality safe care....

Botox, facelifts may cost more as Senate eyes cosmetic surgery tax - by: Sandra Block,US Today


If you're considering an eyelift or tummy tuck, you might want to have it done before next year. Last week, the Senate began debate on an $848 billion health care reform bill tha.........

Compare and Contrast - Inbound vs. Outbound Healthcare - by: Alex Piper,Medical Tourizm Magazine


For years, non-U.S. residents have traveled into the U.S. for healthcare, many travelling from third-world countries every year for their annual check-ups, second opinions, diagnosis or treatment of a...

Medical Tourism Appeals to 60 Percent of Americans. Are You One of Them? - by: Johannah Cornblatt,NewsWeek


This February, a 26-year-old Californian woman and her mother boarded a Continental flight for Costa Rica. When they arrived at the Sán Jose International Airport, a driver in a white van picke...

Medical Tourism - one answer to rising health care costs? - by: Deborah Shlian,www.examiner.com


Why spend $160,000 on heart valve replacement surgery in Boston when the same procedure costs as little as $8,000 in India or a $43,000 hip replacement in New York when it can be done in Thailand for ...

AeroMexico's new service to New Orleans may boost medical travel - by: Jaquetta White, The Times-Picayune ,Nola.com


When Sue Sorey needed hip replacement surgery, her husband, the Rev. Galen Sorey, called hospitals in the couple's hometown of Baton Rouge to get estimates of the cost. The Soreys planned to pay for t...

Medical tourism keeps growing High costs in US, lack of insurance drive many abroad - by: Ginger Rough,The Arizona Republic


PHOENIX — Bob Light's prosthetic hip was eight years overdue for a replacement last summer. He couldn't work, was in constant pain and needed a cane to walk. So the 55-year-old Cottonwood resi...
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