Considering Medical Tourism? These Facts are For You

Considering Medical Tourism to Mexico? A wise move.
Considering Medical Tourism to Mexico? Then consider this …

A growing number of individuals seek healthcare abroad. They guarantee that the growth of medical tourism remains robust.

Considering Medical Tourism? What Others Seek

Most of all, these people cross borders mainly because certain countries offer medical treatment at a much lower cost. That’s compared with the United States. These affordable treatments include: Continue reading “Considering Medical Tourism? These Facts are For You”

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Canada’s Debate Over Mexico’s Doctors: Why Use Them?

Canada's Debate Over Mexico's Doctors: both are right.
Canada’s Debate Over Mexico’s Doctors: faster or more affordable?

The Fraser Institute has sparked debate about why an increasing number of Canadians seek medical treatment abroad. Continue reading “Canada’s Debate Over Mexico’s Doctors: Why Use Them?”

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Common Cents on Medical Tourism: the Column Covers Costs

Common Cents on Medical Tourism is a no-brainer.
Common Cents on Medical Tourism directs one to Mexico.

Common Cents on Medical Tourism Comes Out of California

Americans who need extensive dental work might have to spend more than $20,000. Such costs put a significant strain on the finances. Plus, the high bills would make one’s retirement picture cloudy. Continue reading “Common Cents on Medical Tourism: the Column Covers Costs”

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BayStreet Canada, Financial Publisher, Pro Medical Tourism

BayStreet Canada now pro medical tourism
BayStreet Canada adds their voice to the chorus of endorsements.

BayStreet Canada: Latest Media Corp On Board

Founded in mid 1998, BayStreet Canada Media Corp, is a leading online Canadian publisher of original and timely analysis and opinion on North American equity markets. Their in-house financial writers monitor the markets to deliver news throughout the trading day that investors can immediately act upon. Most noteworthy, the knowledgeable publisher recommends that their readers go abroad for treatment by a doctor or dentist. Continue reading “BayStreet Canada, Financial Publisher, Pro Medical Tourism”

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New York Times on Medical Tourism: Glowingly Upbeat Again

New York Times on Medical Tourism  makes readers want to go
New York Times on Medical Tourism from their Building in NYC

New York Times on Medical Tourism: Reporter’s Adventure

Even within her immediate circle of friends and family, a surprising number of people had traveled abroad to get fillings and crowns, whitening and implants. With good reason, it turns out. Because if the work needed is extensive enough, it is possible to save money even after accounting for the cost of travel. Continue readingNew York Times on Medical Tourism: Glowingly Upbeat Again”

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2017 Projections: More Americans Take Medical Trips

2017 projections reveal more Americans healing on holiday
2017 Projections of growing medical tourism

2017 Projections: Global Medical Tourists

In 2016, an estimated eleven million people traversed the globe for low-cost medical procedures. For the most part, these “medical tourists” sought affordable boob jobs, face lifts, and other cosmetic procedures. This billion-dollar industry is expected to soon grow by up to 25 percent, and, with Congress considering the removal of the Affordable Care Act, which would leave nearly 20 million without insurance, this percentage could grow even larger. Continue reading “2017 Projections: More Americans Take Medical Trips”

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