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World Health Tourism Congress to contribute towards global growth Medical travelling is a rapidly growing global industry, representing an estimated US$60 billion of dollars per year revenue and around 30 health-care provider countries around the World, most of them offering as much as 50% savings to the individual medical traveller.

Carbon dioxide therapy – healing treatment at Spa Piestany Carbon dioxide therapy – healing treatment at Spa Piestany

Massage for medical rehabilitation and relaxation The healing effects of massage were known to the ancient Egyptians, Chinese and Romans.

7 ways to cope with a career and infertility treatment The IVF road can become very long and lonely in a world that seems filled with babies and where it appears that every other woman gets pregnant with ease.

Weight loss surgery in the Czech Republic from MediCzech The team who launched Après, the London based, top-end, pre and post operative cosmetic surgery facility in 2005, have now been asked to develop a package for British patients looking for affordable weight loss surgery in Prague - less than 2 hours’ travel from London.

NHS cuts – why patients are travelling to India with Amara Healthcare for infertility treatment Amara Healthcare is based in London and provides infertility services to UK patients who travel to India for treatment.

Brits still concerned about healthcare abroad New research from Aviva UK Health reveals that the NHS still ranks highly in the things that people would miss most if they moved abroad.

New complex cardiac procedure at Apollo Bramwell Hospital Mauritius-based Apollo Bramwell Hospital is proud to announce the success of another highly complex medical procedure performed for the first time in the Indian Ocean island and the sub-Saharan African region.

Special treatments for stuttering, depression and addiction in Russia Stuttering can be treated by Vsily Vorobiev (of Doctor Vorobiev clinic) in 10 days.

Fortis to enter into new healthcare verticals Fortis Healthcare (India) Ltd, India’s fastest growing chain of hospitals, has received an in-principal approval from its Board of Directors in its Meeting held today, to acquire ~86% stake in Super Religare Laboratories Ltd (SRL):

Spa Smrdáky in Slovakia: Balneology and rehabilitation for children Spa Smrdáky for children

An end to 'two breasts for the price of one' in Belgium Belgium is famous for affordable cosmetic surgery with patients from abroad. Now the Belgian government wants a ban on all websites with in-depth information on cosmetic surgery.

Bespoke Healthcare holds clinics in Nepal to help epileptic patients Specialist Consultants from Bespoke Healthcare have undertaken a two week trek to remote hospitals in Nepal to treat 100 children and adults suffering from epilepsy.

Euromedical Tours arranges obesity treatment for brother and sister Euromedical Tours and Right Choice UK have recorded a first in the field of Healthcare Travel; a brother and sister duo had bariatric surgery for weight loss in the last six months courtesy this UK based Group.

International model, Mbali Lechler, launches South Africa’s newest egg donor programme International model, Mbali Lechler, has launched South Africa’s newest egg donor programme, FertilityCareSA, which is focused on providing a nurturing yet informative environment for women around the world who are seeking an IVF treatment with an egg donor.

IVF Treatments in Turkey Turkey is known as the meeting point of the West and the East. Back 20 years ago, Turkey had a closed economy and was not really a country of which people had a high opinion of. After the liberazation of its economy in the late 80’s,

Apollo Bramwell Hospital partners with Bupa Bupa clients living and working in Mauritius can now have even greater access to world-class healthcare thanks to a partnership between Apollo Bramwell Hospital and Bupa International, the world's leading expatriate health insurer

MediCzech approved under Treatment Abroad Code of Practice MediCzech, a brand of Progress Medical, the leading healthcare facilitator in the Czech Republic, has become the first provider in the Czech Republic to receive full certification under the Code of Practice for Medical Tourism managed by Treatment Abroad

Treatment of rheumatic disorders in Slovakia In April, Health Spa Piešťany and the Slovak Medical and Rheumatology Association organised the 7th Spring Congress, with the main topic of biological therapy of inflammatory rheumatic diseases and ochronosis – a pathological discoloration of the tissue affecting mostly bones.

Innovations at the Mediterranean Fertility Center, Crete, Greece Infertility is a term that describes the inability to conceive a pregnancy. Approximately 30% of couples of childbearing age have fertility problems.

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