Generally people prefer to receive healthcare services at their place of residence due the convenience and low costs. However, many people choose to get treatment abroad. This phenomenon is called medical tourism. Its prevalence in the world is increasing every year. More and more patients are becoming...
European hospitals admit more people each year who live outside the European Union. This happens despite the fact that the price of treatment for out-of-town patients is often higher than in their home country. What is the reason for this? What makes people entrust their lives and health to European doctors?
Hepatitis is a term used for liver inflammation. It can develop due to various causes. The most common hepatitis is caused by viruses or toxic chemical compounds. Occasionally, patients can have radiation-induced (caused by radiation) or autoimmune hepatitis.
Not every country provides people with an opportunity to receive effective medical treatment. Many people have to travel abroad in search of the best...
Medical tourism is a purpose driven travel outside your country to obtain foreign healthcare services. This is a popular trend especially in the developed countries. Medical tourism is rapidly developing. It is expected that by 2017 the turnover of medical tourism will be around €680 billion...
Certain genetic breakdowns or mutations in the DNA code of some cells lead to cancer in the human body. Some gene mutations are inherited. Others are acquired. Finding a mutation, you can choose the right medicine to destroy the tumour.
Germany is becoming an increasingly popular destination for medical tourism. This is the place where you can find the one of the best healthcare facilities in Europe.
Infertility is a medical condition whereby a couple is unable to conceive of a baby. Although they have tried the conventional method for over a year. There is a differentiation between male and female infertility. Luckily, long gone are the days when this diagnosis meant that you are doomed from having kids.