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Infographics: Get Ready for Tummy Tuck Procedures Done in Costa Rica - by: PlacidWay,


Find out the most relevant information about tummy tuck procedures done in Costa Rica. Also, learn their prices tummy tucks in Costa Rica, the leading clinics in the area and the doctors working in th...

Top 10 Places to Go for Medical Treatment - by: PlacidWay,PlacidWay


Travel to India, Turkey, Mexico, Costa Rica, Thailand, South Korea, Germany, Italy, UAE, China for the best medical treatments. Find the best procedure for you. ...

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


Travel to Singapore, Costa Rica, Thailand, Poland, Mexico and many other countries for the best breast augmentation treatments. Find the best solution for you. ...

Medical Tourism Booms in Costa Rica - by: Isabella Cota,Reuters


Trithardt is one of a growing number of North Americans who turn south for medical care lured by lower prices, contributing close to 0.8 percent of Costa Rica's gross domestic product.  ...

8 countries and 35 lecturers to participate at Medical Tourism Congress - by: ,


For a second time, Costa Rica is hosting the most important Medical Tourism and Health summit in Latin America....

Medical Tourism in Costa Rica – Cosmetic Surgery - by: Jane Davis,TheCostaRicaNews


Costa Rica has more to it than just beautiful scenery. It has a thriving medical economy and one that is considerably more affordable than popular destinations such as the USA and Europe. The Worl...

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: 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...

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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