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Friday, 21 April 2006
Operation Vacations, Cosmetic Surgery Overseas: Cheap Cosmetic Surgeries in Brazil, India, Costa Rica
Topic: Broken Healthcare

You know something is wrong with the American health care system delivery when Americans are opting for surgeries in foreign soils. What rich people from all over the world have done for a long time has finally come to the US which is known all over the world as the best place to have top notch operations. In the last few years, more and more Americans are heading to Brasil, India, Costa Rica, Argentine, South Africa, Thailand and other places to have hip replacement, cosmetic surgeries, breast augmentation and various medical procedures for a fraction of the cost.

Now American companies are setting shops overseas to wait for these price-conscious consumers. Americans who travel for health care needs are growing in power. They are making their money work for them. They are showing the American Health care system that they can go elsewhere. They are voting with their purse and airplane tickets. More and more companies are making life easier for these people by providing them with a shopping portal.

Whether consumers want to enjoy the sun, sand and cheap or affordable surgeries, they are heading out to avoid the high costs of American health care delivery.


Posted by Fashionista Shopping Analyst at 10:18 AM EDT
Updated: Friday, 21 April 2006 10:20 AM EDT
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