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Rome to enter the medical tourism market
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Rome to enter the medical tourism market

Healthcare 5,000 foreigners seek treatment in Italy Italian authorities plan to invest in and develop health tourism and benefit from the growing numbers of medical tourists. Local sources suggest that as few as 5,000 foreigners seek treatment in ... Post Online Media, 3 days ago

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Cabinet approves liberalization, simplification and rationalization of Visa regime in India

The approval will facilitate entry of foreigners for tourism, business and medical purposes. This is expected to stimulate economic growth, increase earnings from export of services like tourism, medical value travel and travel on account of ...
 Business Standard4 days ago New Indian visa policy targets foreigners, trade  Financial Express Bangladesh4 days ago Centre approves new visa to woo foreigners  Navhind Times4 days ago Cabinet approves new visa policy for Pak refugees  DNA5 days ago
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Sushma in hospital with kidney failure

Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj was today admitted to the All India Institute for Medical Sciences with kidney failure, reviving questions about her future in a role that involves significant international travel and hectic diplomacy with incoming guests.
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Sushma recovering fast, working from home  Sify1 week ago Indian foreign minister in hospital with kidney failure  Sify2 weeks ago British couple compelled to leave surrogate baby in India; Sushma Swaraj questions UK  catchnews.com2 months ago

Unfit to practise

The finding that nearly 80 per cent of foreign medical graduates fail to clear the national screening test (FMGE) despite FMGE being like any other licensure exam, fully based on the MCIs curriculum, and with no negative marking is a matter of serious concern ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

‘Made in China’ tag haunts foreign medical graduates

In Kerala, the number of those going to China or Russia for medical studies has been going up over the years. But even those foreign medical graduates (FMG) who pass the screening test of NBE and enter the State heath system or the private sector pool have to ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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Delhi: Health crisis prompts 12 diplomatic missions to open doors for mosquito-breeding checks

RN Singh, Chief Medical Officer of NDMC said, "We had written to all embassies, foreign missions, chanceries and residences of ambassadors, requesting them to let our staff inspect their premises and check for mosquito-breeding."
 DNA2 months ago
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Beijing launches Traditional Chinese Medicine tours directed at foreign audiences

Destination promotions Theodore Koumelis - 05 December 2016, 00:01 Ctrip.com helps Beijing reestablish its image as a popular destination for travelers interested in the benefits of the ancient medical therapy. BEIJING - A launch ceremony for a ...
 TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific1 day ago
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Haiti tries to get hurricane aid right, but cholera blamed on U.N. weighs

PORT-A-PIMENT, Haiti (Reuters) - Foreign medics with orange stretchers and gallons of chlorine are stemming a cholera outbreak on Haiti's hurricane-struck coast but the focus on a disease U.N. peacekeepers brought here six years ago is slowing the delivery of ...
 Reuters1 month ago
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Fate of foreign students in medical colleges uncertain

New Delhi, Oct 10: Hundreds of foreign students who had enrolled this year for undergraduate programmes in private medical colleges in India now face an uncertain future due to a "tricky" domestic legislation regarding entrance examination for admission to ...
 One India1 month ago Fate Of Several Foreign Students In Medical Colleges Uncertain  Silicon India1 month ago
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Reining in disease threat

Taking precautions: Presently, foreign workers are required to undergo medical check-ups three times over the first three years. SEREMBAN: With foreign workers posing a communicable disease threat, the Health Ministry wants the previous policy ...
 TheStar.com.my3 hours ago
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