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Journey of an M.D. from Kars to Newington, Connecticut

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Dr. Turgut Yetil has been practicing internal medicine in Newington, Connecticut for 12 years now. He has an extremely busy working schedule; being affiliated with three different medical institutions, he is sometimes on call 7 days of week - just like many other medical doctors in the United States. What distinguishes him from many others however, is, his story starts in a wood stove heated room in a small Anatolian city, Kars.

Turkey's Medical 'Tourist Attractions'

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The urge to receive health services at lower cost has accelerated medical tourism rates in recent years. Highly complicated and overpriced health plans in developed Western countries cause thousands of patients to seek service abroad. The volume of the health tourism market has reached $20 billion in the U.S. This number is expected to double by 2010.  

Journey of an M.D. from Kars to Newington, Connecticut

By Duygu Uckun
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Dr. Turgut Yetil has been practicing internal medicine in Newington, Connecticut for 12 years now. He has an extremely busy working schedule; being affiliated with three different medical institutions, he is sometimes on call 7 days of week - just like many other medical doctors in the United States. What distinguishes him from many others however, is, his story starts in a wood stove heated room in a small Anatolian city, Kars.

Turkey's Medical 'Tourist Attractions'

By Duygu Uckun-
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
The urge to receive health services at lower cost has accelerated medical tourism rates in recent years. Highly complicated and overpriced health plans in developed Western countries cause thousands of patients to seek service abroad. The volume of the health tourism market has reached $20 billion in the U.S. This number is expected to double by 2010.  
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