U.S. Clinics Losing Foreign Clients to Visa Woes Tougher U.S. visa and security restrictions have many Middle Easterners seeking medical treatment in Europe instead of prominent American facilities. The loss of foreign clients has resulted in a significant loss of income for cities such as Rochester, Minn., home of the renowned Mayo Clinic. Hear Minnesota Public Radio's Erin Galbally.
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U.S. Clinics Losing Foreign Clients to Visa Woes

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U.S. Clinics Losing Foreign Clients to Visa Woes

U.S. Clinics Losing Foreign Clients to Visa Woes

U.S. Clinics Losing Foreign Clients to Visa Woes

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Tougher U.S. visa and security restrictions have many Middle Easterners seeking medical treatment in Europe instead of prominent American facilities. The loss of foreign clients has resulted in a significant loss of income for cities such as Rochester, Minn., home of the renowned Mayo Clinic. Hear Minnesota Public Radio's Erin Galbally.