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Health risks for medical tourism
According to CDC, up to 750,000 Americans travel abroad for medical tourism — traveling to another country to receive medical care. Some travel for cheaper health care and others are returning to their home country for a medical procedure. The most common medical tourism procedures are cosmetic surgery, dentistry and heart surgery, but before you leave, click this gallery for the risks.
(Check out "What You Can Do" by clicking here to find out how to avoid the risks, too.)
March 5, 2012