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Point of View: Americans May See Appeal of Medical Tourism in Cuba

The New York Times, By William Neuman Havana — Anuja Agrawal jumped on the phone. President Obama had just announced that he would restore diplomatic relations with Cuba and Ms. Agrawal, who runs a medical tourism company in Orlando, Fla., did not want to miss her opening.

TTC Special: Cuba can offer US tourists high quality medical treatments

TTC Service: “With a thaw in sight in US-Cuban relations, Cuba’s medical tourism sector will appear to benefit from the improving ties. Although Cuba is considered to be a developing country, it offers good and comparatively inexpensive medical costs”, the digital journal Malaysian Insider said last week.

TTC Special: Health Tourism: It Is in Good Health?

TTC Service.- With several developing nations offering low-priced high quality healthcare, world medical tourism is healthy. Global growth projections of around 30 percent annually speak volumes of the good health of the 40 billion dollar-market.