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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...

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...

You need a medical procedure but can't afford it. You learn that you can have this procedure done for a fraction of the cost in another country. ...

We have the professional expertise, modern hospitals that continue to upgrade their facilities, compassionate medical staff and it will cost the clients of medical insurers and company officers and pe...

In September, Hungarian dentists toured Britain, offering checkups and estimates from an inflatable PVC tent. Hungary is one of a number of former Eastern-bloc nations hoping to attract travellers for...

Americans have long been willing to leave the country for bargain face-lifts and cut-rate dentistry. ...

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...

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...

For a travel writer, there is no surer way to attract a barrage of hate mail than to suggest foreign travel for the purpose of obtaining medical or dental treatment. Immediately, dozens of U.S. doctor...

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...

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