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South Korea aims to become Asia's new medical travel hub - by: AFP,AFP


After building its economy on semiconductors, ships and steel, South Korea is touting its surgeons' skills in the beauty business to carve out a new niche. Helped by active government support, a boom ...

Brazil Wants to Make Medical Tourism a One-Million Dollar Industry - by: Marina Sarruf,Brazzil Magazine


The Brazil Health Consortium, established by nine organizations,  and the Apex have already invested US$ 240,000 of a total of US$ 620,000 in promotional activities abroad. They want to attract more ...

Cosmetic Travel: Plastic Surgery in Brazil - by: Bill Hinchberger ,BrazilMax


Ginger Kramp of Andalusia, Alabama, traveled thousands of miles by herself to a strange country where she didn’t speak a word of the language and didn’t particularly trust the food. Then s...

Argentina: Ugly people strike back - by: Daniel Schweimler,BBC News, Buenos Aires


Buenos Aires is a city of beautiful people where appearances are important. The men will tell you that Argentine women are the most attractive in the world; the women say much the same about the men. ...

Seoul to Construct Medical -Tourism Complex - by: Park Si-soo,The Korea Times


Seoul Metropolitan Government is considering building a foreign tourist-oriented medical complex.  The city announced that it is working to establish a medical-tourism complex in Seoul to attract for...

Sunny Times Ahead - by: Rita Dutta,Express Pharma


The healthcare market in Goa is undergoing a metamorphosis with more specialties being introduced and major hospitals slated for expansion, finds out Rita Dutta. In spite of being India's most popular...

Buenos Aires or bust - by: Oliver Balch,guardian.co.uk


Oliver Balch charts the irresistible rise of the tango-and-boob-job break in Argentina Foreign tourists have long felt the pull of Buenos Aires's tango halls and dinosaur-sized steaks. But now a new ...

Medical tourism's popularity on the rise - by: Chris Taylor,FT.com site


When David Woodman announced he was going to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, for major dental work, his son Josef thought his dad had lost his mind. He had visions of untrained dentists burrowing into his fa...

Traveling for Treatment--Soaring U.S. health costs are driving more Americans abroad for medical treatment - by: Anthony Mecir and Katharine Greider,AARP News Bulletin


Bruce Pearson, a 61-year-old plant nursery owner in Boynton Beach, Fla., was desperate for relief from excruciating back pain. Worried that his health insurance might not cover treatment, he searched ...

Medical tourism growing worldwide - by: Becca Hutchinson,UDaily


Falling ill while abroad seems like the worst sort of traveling nightmare. Yet, for growing numbers of travelers, the lure of combining affordable medical care with attentive room service is a chief d...

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