Medical tourism in developing countries milica z bookman karla r bookman on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers western patients are increasingly traveling to developing countries for health care and developing countries are increasingly offering their skills and facilities to paying foreign customers this international trade in medical services has huge economic. The citizens of many countries have long traveled to the united states and to the developed countries of europe to seek the expertise and advanced technology available in leading medical centers in the recent past a trend known as medical tourism has emerged wherein citizens of highly developed . In her book medical tourism in developing countries bookman addresses an ethical dilemma that developing countries are facing when approaching questions regarding medical tourism bookman 2007 . The developing countries that have chosen medical tourism as a foreign earning sector of the economy although the merits have been addressed in the previous chapter this does not. Its often said the medical tourism can help support public health systems in developing countries but that often isnt the case medical tourism isnt always a fair deal for developing countries
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