A Passage to India for Medical Treatment Growing numbers of foreign patients, including uninsured Americans, are going to India for medical treatment. Proponents say the health care is comparable to much that is available in the United States, and at a far lower cost.
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A Passage to India for Medical Treatment

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A Passage to India for Medical Treatment

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A Passage to India for Medical Treatment

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Growing numbers of foreign patients, including uninsured Americans, are going to India for medical treatment. Proponents say the health care is comparable to much that is available in the United States, and at a far lower cost.