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Indian Healthcare Providers Look Beyond Medical Tourism to A Promising African Market

Over the last decade, patients from Africa have flocked to various parts of the world in search of medical treatment, driven by factors such as inadequate healthcare infrastructure at home, growing incidence of non-communicable diseases, and higher disposable incomes. Nigerians alone spend a billion dollars a year seeking medical care abroad. However, an interesting twist to the tale is starting to emerge.
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