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CABI book aims to provide a platform for debate on tourism controversies

Date
13 January 2012
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ILIS project says Finnish health tourism should focus on wellness

Date
19 May 2011
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What has been done to keep Europe at forefront of tourism?

Date
21 November 2011
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Issue of Anthropology & Medicine addresses spas, wellness, and the history of medical travel

Date
6 July 2011
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A McKinsey report published earlier this year predicted that the medical tourism industry in India could be worth $2.2 billion by 2012. But as the International Health Tourism Exhibition in Bahrain comes to a close, the Times of India looks at both the positive and negative effects of the medical...

Date
21 December 2004
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Recommendations issued by PATA conference

Date
26 April 2006
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Philippines, India among countries targetting health tourists

Date
8 February 2006
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In previous centuries, wealthy Europeans would visit countries like Egypt seeking to cure various diseases by taking advantage of the subtropical climate. There is also a long tradition of travelling abroad to visit spa towns. Now, a new form of health tourism is forecast to become a niche market...

Date
13 May 2004
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Malaysia is the latest country to start promoting itself as a tourist destination offering holidaymakers the chance to have cosmetic surgery, followed by a relaxing two weeks in the sun, reports BBC News Online. More than 70,000 ‘medical tourists’ have visited in the past year alone for operations...

Date
2 December 2002