This Week in Medical Travel Today…

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Greetings, The impact of healthcare reform is on the minds of many Americans, including Medical Travel Today's own publisher, Laura Carabello. In this week's PUBLISHER'S PERSPECTIVE she shares how she anticipates reform affecting the flow of patients, and a few of the ways providers and employers may adjust to rising

Medical Travel Industry To Be Focus of New Internet Radio Show

Fallback Image, a leading provider of Internet radio programming in the healthcare space, announced today the addition of a new show focused on the Medical Travel industry. Phoenix, AZ and Asheville, NC -- September 18, 2012 -- is an Internet radio station providing educational content on current and emerging trends

Police Accuse Travel Agent of ‘Abortion Tourism’

Fallback Image - Weeks after a proposed tightening of Turkey's abortion law sparked public protests, officials have stripped a tourism agency of its license for allegedly suggesting out-of-state travel destinations where women could have the medical procedure. Barracuda Tours and its owner, Cen Polatoglu, deny the allegation that the company promoted

India’s New Muslim Baby Boom

Fallback Image - Business is booming at Dheerendra Singh's New Delhi-based medical tourism outfit, CureMax. But his biggest client base - Afghanistan - might come as something of a surprise. "Every month, we do in vitro fertilization (IVF) for around 50 patients from Afghanistan," Singh said. "They also come for other