Globalizing Health Care Medicine is changing around the world. People are traveling far from their homelands to get health care. And by some estimates, as many as a half million Americans are seeking health care abroad at a better price. A look at the new globalization of health care.
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Globalizing Health Care

Around the world, people are traveling far from their homelands to seek out affordable health care.

India's Doctors Returning Home

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Medical Tourism Creates Thai Doctor Shortage

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Retune The Body With A Partial Fast

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Clinic Offers 'Transformation' Through Fasting

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Employers, Insurers Consider Overseas Health Care

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India's Middle Class Gets Brand-Name Health Care

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