Singapore seeks spot on medical tourism itinerary
Singapore is now touting its medical services, including joint-replacement surgery, to patients around the world. Health systems elsewhere in Southeast Asia aren't always up to the challenge of some modern procedures, so expatriates living in the region may find Singapore a good option, said Jason Yap, a doctor who heads international healthcare marketing for Singapore. And some uninsured Americans have been attracted by the deals, Yap added.
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