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Medical Tourism: International HealthCare Procedures, Destinations & Savings Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Medical Tourism category. Though topics may have since been updated they are listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Publication List

2016-04-21World Medical Tourism Market is Expected to Reach $143.8 Billion by 2022
2011-07-15Medical Tourism in Chicago Event for US Insurance Companies, Employers and Agents
2011-06-05World Health Tourism Congress to Contribute Towards Global Growth
2011-03-22Medical Tourism Comes of Age in the United States
2010-09-22Medical Tourists Should Beware of Drug-Resistant Superbug NDM-1
2010-06-21Why Bow Legs and Knock Knees Lead to Deforming Arthrosis
2010-06-02Great Places to Live and Retire Overseas
2010-06-02Americans Living Abroad - A Growing Trend
2010-05-27Oxinium Knee Replacement - Medical Tourism
2010-05-27Global Orthopedic Surgery - Medical Tourism for Health
2010-04-29US Doctors Traveling Abroad to Treat Medical Tourists
2010-03-04Medical Tourism Big Draw for Boomers
2009-10-07Medical Tourism - Ethical Dilemmas
2008-09-06Health and Medical Tourism Cuts Surgery Wait Time


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