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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....

Medical Tourism in Kashmir- ‘Troopers should move to borders to let it happen’ - by: ,The Daily Rising Kashmir


‘Though Karnataka and Maharashtra lead in patient care, people will prefer Kashmir if better facilities are provided Chairman of National Board of Quality Promotion.....

Fertility Clinic Tourism - by: Josh Lew ,Gadling


Relaxed regulations and cheap costs have made India a hotbed for in vitro fertilization (IVF). Couples looking to conceive through artificial means are coming from all over the globe to take advantage...

Travel the world, have surgery and save money - by: Sophie Goodchild,standard.co.uk


AN EXHIBITION on health tourism showcasing 120 clinics from around the world offering everything from heart surgery to nose reshaping, opens this weekend in London. ...

Health warning to women over fertility tourism - by: Rebecca Smith,Telegraph.co.uk


The NHS is having to pick up the pieces of couples travelling abroad for treatment where they often return pregnant with twins or triplets. ...

Centre drafting surrogacy legislation - by: Abhinav Sharma,Times of India


Even as the Japanese surrogate baby Manji's fate continues to hang in balance, the Union ministry of health and family planning is sitting pretty over the guidelines on surrogacy in India prepared by ...

Worries Mount in Europe About Reproductive Tourism - by: DW staff ,DW World


30 years after British doctors made medical history by delivering the world's first test tube baby, worries are growing in Europe about reproductive tourism fueled by a lack of uniform laws on fertili...

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....

A bitter fight over who can be called 'doctor' - by: MAURA LERNER,Star Tribune


It took 99 years, but Minnesota has finally given official recognition to the practice of naturopathic medicine, which relies on the body's powers to heal itself....

As medical tourism industry rises, India becomes destination hotspot - by: CHRIS NELSON,Indus Business Journal


When the pain in Karen Stocking's right knee worsened several years ago to the point that it became difficult for her to walk, she decided to consult with an orthopedic surgeon for treatment options. ...

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