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  • Dubai is attracting more medical tourists
  • Dubai is attracting more medical tourists
    Shane Tuck ©
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Dubai is attracting more medical tourists

With the globalisation of information and the empowerment of the consumer allowing people to make their own decisions regarding their health needs, medical tourism is a growing phenomenon. Spotting an opportunity to lure tourists, Dubai is offering medical tourism packages.

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