Plastic Surgery In Mexico Saves Americans Lots

Plastic Surgery In Mexico Saves Americans Lots in Chapala
Plastic Surgery In Mexico Saves Americans Lots of Money

Want to alter your appearance? But think you can’t afford to? Guess what. You can as a #medical tourist. Continue reading “Plastic Surgery In Mexico Saves Americans Lots”

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Foreign Policy Magazine on Needing Medical Tourism to Mexico

Foreign Policy Magazine on Needing Medical Tourism to Mexico.
Foreign Policy Magazine on Needing Medical Tourism after Congress cuts ACA.

#Foreign Policy Magazine on Needing #Medical Tourism in General

Recently, Congress passed their #latest tax bill. It eliminates the Affordable Care Act’s mandate to individuals. The Congressional Budget Office calculated the result. They estimate that the change will increase the number of uninsured Americans by 13 million. Continue reading “Foreign Policy Magazine on Needing Medical Tourism to Mexico”

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Plant In Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer: Tested in Mexican Lab

Plant in Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer  also justifies saving jungles.
Plant in Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer shows lots of promise.

Using chan, or pignut, to battle cancer originated among the people of Copainala Chiapas in Mexico. Its reputation for winning that battle has reached the ears of researchers at the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). The researchers have found a component in the plant that, in the laboratory at least, eliminated cancerous breast tissue. Continue reading “Plant In Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer: Tested in Mexican Lab”

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Super Bowl Tourism — Football & Healing on Holiday

Super Bowl Tourism is fun in a fun place.
Super Bowl Tourism does not miss a play or display.

Super Bowl Tourism — Viewing Flesh, Feeling Envious

Yesterday’s Super Bowl, February 5, was the best ever, albeit not the one most relevant to medical tourism. That would be Super Bowl XXXVIII, 2004. Even non-fans remember Justin Timberlake exposing the breast of Janet Jackson for a half second. The singers called it, euphemistically, a “wardrobe malfunction”. Continue reading “Super Bowl Tourism — Football & Healing on Holiday”

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