Medical tourism in India booming

The rising cost of health care in many Western countries means that more and more people are heading to low cost hospitals in India for treatment.

It is estimated that this type of medical tourism could generate more than $3bn a year for India. So could the Indian model of offering cutting-edge medical care, while keeping costs extremely low, be the way forward?

Shilpa Kannan reports

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