Number of medical tourism patients rise in Korea by 41.3%
A total of 1,061 foreigners visited Korean hospitals in May, a 41.3% increase from the same month last year, the country's Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs announced. On May 1, Korean law changed and allowed hospitals to aggressively attract overseas patients.
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