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Singapore
Asia's Leading Healthcare Hub
Singapore skyline
An aggressively public-private national healthcare system and a planned program of medical tourism have placed Singapore solidly on the map as one of the world’s leading health travel destinations.
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Taras S.*, Almati, Kazakhstan
Almati, Kazakhstan
While visiting Seoul in January of 2009, Taras's mother and 76-year-old father decided to have a health screening at Asan.
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Oncology
Cancer causes one in every eight deaths worldwide, killing more people than AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. Despite millions of dollars and hours of research, cancers continue to rank high as leading causes of death worldwide. The number of new cases expected to increase by nearly 70%...
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National Cancer Center, exterior view
The National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) is a national and regional center dedicated to the prevention and treatment of cancers, including thoracic, hepatobiliary (liver and bile ducts), pancreatic, head and neck, lung, breast, ovarian cancers . NCCS sees more than 50 percent of the cancer...
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Health travel is rewarding, but it can be complicated and it is hard to stay organized. Patients Beyond Borders makes planning and taking a trip so much easier.
–Doug S., Tomah, WI
Patients Beyond Borders tells how to plan and budget for medical care abroad and how to find the best doctors and hospitals.
-AARP Bulletin
Patients Beyond Borders...has helped thousands of patients plan successful health journeys abroad.
-US News and World Report
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–Deloitte Health, Medical Tourism Update and Implications
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