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A round up of our recent discussions on Medical Tourism

In several previous posts, we talked about various Medical Tourism topics:
– including medical tourism in India due to recent publicity; including Superbug (New Delhi – 1 ) contamination of water sources in India, and
President Obama’s adoption of India’s medical tourism industry (and the medical tourism industry in general) as a target for his derision, rather than more justly, as a symbol of America’s failing health system.

I’ve also talked about why I see Colombia, as an ideal medical tourism destination, for several reasons; many of which I outlined in an article published on Colombia Reports.com**  and a new article on Yahoo! Associated content.

We’ve even discussed the Colombian government’s role and support of medical tourism, and medical tourists.

We’ve talked about the global effects of medical tourism, and the ethics of medical tourism

** Astute readers may notice that I have referenced Colombia Reports.com several times (links). Colombia Reports.com is the largest, in country English language newssource, and is widely relied upon by English speakers, like myself, living in Colombia.
Colombia Reports.com has published my work in the past – as part of their series of articles (by various writers) on medical tourism in Colombia so back in April, I traveled in April to interview Adriaan Alsema, the editor -in -chief.

Hope you enjoyed this retrospective review of Cartagena Surgery, and medical tourism in Colombia.

UK doctors say medical tourism to India spreading superbug

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