Enhanced bustlines and newly minted, sparkling smiles probably aren’t the first things that come to mind when you think of Belarus. But the country has become a minor health-care utopia for Russians, Ukrainians, Kazakhs, and affluent patients from other states. More than 50,000 “medical tourists” came to Belarus in 2016, according to Uladzislau Androsau, the 28-year-old director of medical-tourism operator MedTravelBelarus. This figure is significant considering the meager total of foreign tourists in 2015 that is lower than 300,000, according to Belstat. Correspondent of Radio Free Europe have looked into the reasons of Belarus’ popularity and its potential as a medical … Continue reading Patients From US And Far East. Will Belarus Become A New Medical Tourism Heaven?
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