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Turkey
Turkey: The East-West Global Healthcare Crossroads
Dome view of the Blue Mosque, Istanbul
With one foot in Europe and the other in the Near East, Turkey is a vast land of diverse cultures and landscapes, ranging from the bustling commercial centers of Istanbul to the quiet agricultural villages of the eastern provinces. Now a major presence on the world’s economic and political scene,...
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O.X., United Arab Emirates
Patient O.X. lost an eye to a malignant tumor when she was only two years old. Years later and after much disappointment dealing with chemotherapy and ungainly vision prosthetics, she was discouraged and wondered if she would ever be able to realize her dream of becoming a filmmaker.
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Ophthalmology
Few people live a full lifespan without seeing an ophthalmologist, a specialist in disorders of the eye. In the US alone, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), six out of every ten adults need some type of corrective eyewear.
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Exterior, Dunyagoz Antalya
Dünyagöz Hospitals Group—one of the world’s largest vision networks with facilities throughout Europe (including the UK and Germany) operates 14 facilities in Turkey. Among them is Dünyagöz Group Ataköy in Istanbul, which opened its doors in 2004.
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