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Treatment abroad news : September 2007

Treatment Abroad keeps you up to date with the latest news and developments in private treatment and medical tourism abroad.

  • Save thousands on treatment abroad Britons save thousands on treatment abroadThe Mail on Sunday's recent investigation into medical tourism revealed that Britons can save thousands of pounds in choosing to have their treatment abroad.It reported: 35,000 Britons a year travel...
  • 20,000 Britons go abroad for dental treatment Hungary Dental - dentistThe Observer newspaper reported on Sunday that some 20,000 UK citizens travelled abroad last year for dental treatment. "Property investors and skiers have long known about the advantages of a trip...
  • Patients reminded of medical tourism risks MRSA bugMedical tourism can be a safe and affordable way to have an operation, but patients should be aware of the potential risks associated with surgery, a private company has said.A growing number of...
  • Hungary proves a hit for dental treatment Dental treatment in HungaryA growing number of British people are recognising the benefits of travelling to Europe for private dental treatment amid the ongoing NHS dentistry crisis.The recent introduction of a new dental...
  • Indian hospitals treating rejected NHS patients India Indian hospital treats rejected NHS patientsHospitals in India are seeing more and more patients from the UK, thanks to cost-effective procedures and the problems of treatment availability on the NHS, experts have said.According to the Taj...
  • Pensioner chooses Poland for hip replacement queue jumpA pensioner has returned to the UK after visiting Poland for a hip replacement.William Foreman, a 66-year-old from Suffolk, decided to shun the NHS after experiencing problems with waiting lists,...
  • Malaysian hospitals respond to medical tourist needs asian doctorThe Star newspaper in Malaysia has recently published a series of articles dedicated to the country's booming medical tourism industry. In 2005, Malaysia drew 230,000 foreigners into the country for...