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Treatment abroad news : December 2006

Treatment Abroad keeps you up to date with the latest news and developments in private treatment and mediocal tourism abroad.
  • Turkish hospital provides infertility answers Turkey flagThe UK has one of the most advanced healthcare systems in the world and many people would be surprised to learn of hard-to-obtain treatments being routinely available in other countries.However, one...
  • Tunisia eyes 'extraordinary' medical tourism boom Tunisia flagTunisia might not be at the top of people's lists when they research medical tourism destinations.But the situation is changing, and more and more people are travelling to the African nation to...
  • Patients travel to Singapore for specialised procedures Singapore mapThe number of medical tourists travelling to Singapore from the Middle East for treatment has increased by 20 per cent this year, according to new figures.Figures show that an average of 200 people...
  • Mexican hotel enters medical tourism with luxury package Mexico flagSpa resorts around the world are joining the medical tourism trend and providing packages for visitors to obtain medical checks while on vacation.It can be difficult to fit in a visit to the doctor...
  • Bangkok clinic offers free transport Thai flagPatients considering seeking medical treatment abroad are frequently concerned about travel logistics, with the thought of negotiating a foreign country after surgery often making it seem an...
  • Do your homework before seeking treatment abroad American society for aesthetic plastic surgery logoMany countries offer an excellent standard of cosmetic surgery, but patients are advised to do plenty of background research before choosing a clinic in order to be in a position to make informed...
  • Tourists combine Croatian sightseeing with dentistry Doblanovic - Dental treatmentStretched availability of NHS dental treatment is leading many people to seek private treatment, but the cost of UK treatment can be prohibitive for many.A growing number are looking further afield...
  • Scots go under the surgeon's knife in India Scotland on Sunday logoScottish holidaymakers are swapping hours on the beach for time under the surgeon's knife, according to one travel firm. According to Globe Health Tours, which was initially established to organise...