One of the main concerns of any person looking to retire overseas is the quality of healthcare. Is it possible to get medical treatment as good as what's available in the U.S. and Canada?
As we head into the Red Light District, my guide Axel has one instruction. “No photos of the girls. They see you, they will come after you.” And don’t underestimate the high heels, he warns. “They run like hell on the cobbles.”
The medical tourism market is ever changing, and consumers are looking for more than just the cheapest treatment. Ian Youngman examines what is really going on with medical tourism in 2016.