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Narumol N.
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“Dear Admin, Looking at your website’s nature, I’m interested in posting a Med Blog contest invitation for bloggers. This campaign is launched by Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT). And in order to promote the campaign and medical tourism in Thailand, we would request you to kindly help post our message on your site. Looking forward for your kind cooperation. The message to be posted is as below: Bloggers invited to compete for prizes in Thailand’s Medical Tourism Blog Contest The Tourism Authority of Thailand’s Medical Tourism Blog Contest kicks off with cash and prizes worth nearly US$20,000 up for grabs,… Read more »

Caryn Ryan
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Caryn Ryan

I am a graduate student from London School of Economics and my thesis is on medical tourism. I am looking to interview people (particularly US residents) who have traveled for medical care. Any feedback is appreciated.

Vasundhara
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Vasundhara

I know lot of people going abroad for medical treatment. Earlier, even I too got lot of doubts on “Medical Tourism”. But, after reading Medical Tourism Testimonials and Press Releases I got convinced that it is safe. Apart from that, some my close relatives and friends got surgery done at abroad. And, there were no complaints. They did enjoyed their trip. Anyhow…Nice Article on Medical Tourism in Singapore. Thanks!

Prakash Arige
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Has Anyone Actually Tried Medical Tourism? We’ve read about it, heard about it, and even talked about it. But how many of us know someone who has gone on a health vacation to India? Anyone ever come back from Thailand with a new hip? Is there any forum where real people can discuss real medical tourism issues.

Peter Teiman-Franklin
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Peter Teiman– Franklin here,
I wonder if international, long-term health insurance will ever become a reality?
Peter Teiman– Franklin,
Swede

Peter Teiman-Franklin
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Peter Teiman– Franklin here,
Considering the impact of resistant TB, one wonders how long TB can be attenuated in “safe” countries with international air travel.
Peter Teiman– Franklin,
Sweden

Peter Teiman
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Peter Teiman

Interesting article. It certainly exemplifies the breakdown in international borders when it comes to healthcare. This is also described in the book by Peter Teiman.
Peter Teiman
Rejavik

Tinu
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Nivin
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Rick
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Rick

Interesting interview. My 70-year-old Mom is going to need both knees replaced at some point in the next couple of years. She won’t take meds just for pain, but the pinot grigio is doing less and less for her all the time. And she loves to travel, so I’ve been thinking about counseling her to consider an overseas procedure. I did catch one thing in the interview that gave me pause, however: the fact that Singaporean docs are doing procedures to keep up their skills. I know they are generally US-trained, and the tourist hospitals go through JCAHO or some… Read more »

Stella Baskomb
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Stella Baskomb

Isn’t working?
Click the link provided, scroll down, look for the May Archive and click on that.
I read the interview just last night and checked again this morning -its still there.

Medical Tourism
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The link to the interview isnt working.
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