Medical Tourism - Surgery for Sale!: How to Have Surgery Abroad Without It Costing Your Life

Author's Republic

Narrated by Janet Bristeir

Abridged2 hr 38 min
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When people speak of Medical Tourism, they are usually discussing the practice of going outside of the country they live and paying for a surgical procedure to be performed. When thinking of planning surgery abroad, what you don't know CAN hurt you.
You want to get a good deal and the highest quality care. You're fearful and overwhelmed by all the choices you must make. You want to make the process to be seamless and stress-free. In this cutting-edge book, you will learn critical information that will make the difference between glowing and dismal results, plus fifty questions you’ll want to be answered before you decide to go.
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Author's Republic
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Jun 4, 2019
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2h 38m 36s
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ISBN
9780995290822
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English
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Genres
Health & Fitness / Health Care Issues
Health & Fitness / Pain Management
Health & Fitness / Reference
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Includes a Bonus PDF of Illustrations from the Book

Read by the author, and by Fred Sanders, Nick Martorelli, Rebecca Loweman, Dan Zitt, Fiona Hardingham, Andrew Iden, Catherine Tabor, Kimberly Farr, Robbie Damond, Will Dameron, Sunil Mahotra, Simon Katz, Arthur Maurey, John Linstrom, Antonia Menta, Amber Beard, Patrick Billard, Dan Musselman, Mark Deakins, Linda Korn, and Danny Campbell
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