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What benefits does India offer to medical tourists?

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India has always been a tourist destination due to the wide range of destinations it has to offer. This has lured the foreign tourist even more since the costs involved for a holiday in India is far lower than a holiday in Europe or US. India and the First World: The hygiene and the clinical standards required are available to the patient at par with the advanced countries. This was a major concern a while back. Modern equipment that compares favourably with the best available worldwide, functioning with the doctors who are recognised in their field are at hand to…

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30

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Diseases that force patients travel overseas for treatment

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Medical Tourism is already a proven, successful venture and has reached its spread out to almost every nook and corner of the earth. The revenue generated every year from each country that promotes medical tourism would be an amount that would leave you stunned. Yes, it’s true! People today seek cheaper and better medical treatments abroad, some of them even advised by the medical experts in their own country. Today, there are varieties of specializations from which people can choose and each country has its own set of specializations. Most countries offer a variety of treatments and facilities in many…

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Mar
30

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Effect of AEC on medical tourism

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Medical Tourism in Asia has developed at a large scale and has spread its reach almost every nook and corner of the continent, attracting thousands of global patients every year, who seek medical treatments and retreats. Thailand alone managed to flock in about 2 million medical tourists in the year 2012, generating overwhelming revenue of $4.4 billion. Similarly, Singapore, a country with one of the most advanced medical specialties, received an income of more than $2 billion in 2012. How AEC will affect? Due to be signed-off in 2015, the AEC (ASEAN Economic Community), consisting of 10 Southeast Asian countries,…

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