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American Company Offering Surgery Abroad to Employees

A recent article in the New York Times highlights how one American company is using Medical Tourism to decrease employee health costs. 

The article states: "The hospital costs of the American medical system are so high that it made financial sense for both a highly trained orthopedist from Milwaukee and a patient from Mississippi to leave the country and meet at an upscale private Mexican hospital for the surgery."

Aids to Daily Living - Video 3 Opening doors with round handles

The third video in a series of videos showing economical gadgets that are useful for people with painful aching hands, to help them with daily activities. This video shows how to adapt round door handles to lever action handles with a simple $2 gadget. For more information email: fullerlife90days@gmail.com

 

Aids to Daily Living - Video 2 Opening pill containers & flossing teeth

The second in a series of videos showing economical gadgets that are useful for people with painful aching hands; to help them with daily activities. This video shows simple method to get childproof pill containers open and easier ways of flossing  your teeth. For more information email: fullerlife90days@gmail.com

 

 

Medical Tourism- Surgery for sale Audiobook now available from all major distributors

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Comments from the reviews of the book:

"As a professional working in the medical travel industry, I really enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to anyone willing to travel abroad for a medical procedure."