Foreigners flock to India for low prices of surgeries

04/8/2005 | NYTimes.com

More people from the West are flocking to India, Thailand and Singapore for medical services because of the significantly lower cost of surgeries, both cosmetic and emergency. India saw roughly 150,000 foreign patients in the year ending in March 2004, a number that is projected to increase by 15% each year over the next few years.

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