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Kenyans Travel To India For Medical Care - by: RAWLINGS OTINI,BUSINESSDAILYAFRICA.COM


The number of Kenyans seeking treatment in India almost doubled in the two years to 2011 on the back of lower hospital bills and higher rate of successful medical operations. Data from the Indi...

Jordan Signed Two Agreements to Increase The Number Of Medical Tourists - by: OXFORD BUSINESS GROUP,medical tourism mag


The healthcare sector in Jordan is poised to benefit from two recent agreements promising to increase the number of medical tourists visiting the country’s hospitals, which offer some of the ...

UAE Emerges As Second Largest Investment Destination For Korea - by: UAE CABINET ,medical tourism mag


The two-way trade between Korea and United Arab Emirates is picking up steam rapidly this year surpassing last year's figure of US$20 billion when UAE is gearing up to diversify its non-oil ind...

Medical Korea, Opening New Prospects in the Global Healthcare Industry - by: Kim Tae-jong,market watch


The Ministry of Health and Welfare announced, Medical Korea 2012 - The 3rd Global Healthcare & Medical Tourism Conference, was held at the COEX Grand Ballroom from April 17th to 19th with about...

Medical Tourism On The Rise - by: Park Yu-mi,korea joongang daily


A 17-year-old patient named Mohammed from Abu Dhabi was busy yesterday preparing himself to be discharged from Seoul National Hospital in Jongno District, central Seoul. Coming all the way fro...

Medical researchers from Rush University Medical Center paid a visit to Jaseng Hospital - by: Jaseng Hospital,Jaseng News


Medical researchers from Rush University Medical Center paid a visit to Jaseng Hospital on April 17th for the duration of three days, combining Jaseng’s Chuna medicine and MSAT treatment with...

Ancient Hot Spring Town Opens New Chapter - by: Fu Bo and Rakhee,China Daily


The total investment for the international hot spring resort currently under construction is 2.6 billion yuan ($400 million)....

Nigeria: Nursing Mothers Get Free Medical Services in Kuje - by: Abdulkadir Y. Abdullahi,All Africa News


As parts of arrangements to celebrate this year's Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Week, nursing mothers and others in Kuje Area Council will receive free medical services this week, an official...

Health Ministers Seek Medicare ‘Survival’ Plan - by: Rob Ferguson,The Star


The future of medicare — and how an aging Canadian population gets that medical care — is taking new shape as the country’s health ministers meet in Halifax. Their goal Friday am...

Volunteer Medical Care Demand Remains High - by: Clarence Fanto,Berkshire Eagle


Even though 96 percent of the Massachusetts population is covered by some form of health insurance, including the state-subsidized MassHealth program, a strong demand remains for no-cost medical a...
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