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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.

Costa Rica: top medical tourism destination

Reuters British news agency is reporting that Costa Rica is competing with India, Brazil, Panama and Mexico for the title of top medical tourism destination. Its proximity to the United States gives it a greater edge, in comparison to further locations, like Asia.