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Medical Tourism Corporation Releases Guide on Choosing the Right International Hospital - by: ,PRWeb


The guide provides ten important practical tips and suggestions to keep in mind when selecting a hospital for a safe and predictable medical tourism experience. Medical Tourism Corporation (Med Touris...

Why it's all smiles for tooth tourism - by: Jessica Bown,Timesonline.co.uk


New law from Brussels may mean we can get our teeth fixed in Europe and claim on the NHS,with a set of tooth implants overseas costing up to £40,000 less than in Britain, “tooth tourism” is boomi...

Indonesian visitors a promotion priority; Huge potential seen in health treatment - by: CHADAMAS CHINMANEEVONG,Bangkok Post


The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) aims to attract 265,600 Indonesian tourists this year by aggressively promoting Thailand as the health-care hub of the region. Porntip Amkornpan, a director of ...

Britons fly east for discount dentistry - by: David Smith and Lisa Bachelor ,The Guardian UK


A Polish city is bidding to become the latest destination to cash in on the booming medical tourism industry. Lodz - pronounced 'Woodge' - is 80 miles south-west of Warsaw and the second biggest city ...

Hip surgery in India? Insurance may pay - by: JoNel Aleccia,MSNBC


Burgeoning benefits could send hordes of U.S. patients abroad for care. Timmi Ryerson, a San Diego stock market analyst, says her left hip actually works again, thanks to an orthopedic specialist in I...

How safe is surgery abroad? - by: Monica Cafferky,Mirror


About 100,000 Brits paid for private dental and medical work abroad last year. But how big are the risks? Your Life investigates....

Patients to beat NHS queues in EU plan for open health market - by: David Charter,The Times


Patients will find it easier to escape NHS queues and head across the Channel for treatment under an EU blueprint for European health tourism to be published tomorrow....

Surgery with a view - by: Wendy Champagne,The Sydney Morning Herald


Medical tourism is booming as governments battle to provide services.  A vision of moonlight on the Taj Mahal is probably the last thing on the mind of anyone considering dental work, yet it is a...

Plastic surgery, medical tourism a boon for Queensland - by: ,Queensland Newspapers


AUSTRALIA has an opportunity to make big bucks from well-heeled travellers who want to come here for cosmetic surgery and dentistry.Already about 19 million trips are made a year by people seeking med...

Medical Tourism: Seeking Affordable Healthcare Overseas - by: Melana Yanos,NuWire Investor


Medical tourism provides high-quality care with less financial suffering. Because the cost of U.S. healthcare remains high, medical tourism could save an American patient thousands of dollars on proc...
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