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Tulum beach, Mexico


Mexico, the southern neighbor of the United States of America, a country known for an exquisite and vast cuisine, unique natural landscapes and historical sites has in the past years made a great effort and progress through private and government funding to combine these aspect with top of the line medical care, making Mexico a […]

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The Puzzle of Anti-Aging and Prospects of Medical Tourism in India

Want to live up to 120 years old? Or even 250-300? It may sound like a fantasy or sci-fi, but there are research going on that lay some fascinating prospects on what may become reality in the near future. In this article we will examine some basics of integrative medicine and anti-aging therapies and offer more in-depth […]

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Flowers and leafs in the rain, Ubud, Bali

Indonesia – Bali

Indonesia, more specifically Bali that is many times referred as if being a country of it’s own, is the latest newcomer in taking steps to establish itself in the field of medical tourism in South-Eeast Asian region. Latest effort has been the opening of new BIMC Hospital in Nusa Dua that offers more conventional allopathic […]

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Wheelbarrow in Philippines - Great Luck


Philippines, a country that some guide books has long referred as “sick man of Asia” due to it’s socio-economical backwardness in some areas may sound like a newcomer in the field of medical tourism, but it has long traditions in serving foreign clientele among it’s own prosperous class in it’s JCI accredited Hospitals and clinics. […]

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Thailand and Laos

Thailand is boasting itself as nr.1 medical tourism destination in the world, but mostly major surgical procedures are contributing to that ranking. Bumrungrad being at forefront. It was the first Asian hospital that got Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited in 2002. Nevertheless, it’s spa holidays are popular too. After doing some research and talking with […]

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Cow in India at Jaipur monkey temple


India is a huge country and enough has been said in most guide books about it’s diverse nature, society, mind blowing vibes and drawbacks in infrastructure and hygienic standards and so on and due to some initial impressions it may not be the first place to come into mind when thinking of where to go […]

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