Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Under The Knife Abroad

In "Under the Knife Abroad," Vanguard correspondent Adam Yamaguchi travels to India, Mexico and Barbados to investigate one industry flourishing in these tough economic times: medical tourism.

Americans are increasingly being forced to seek medical care overseas, often in case life or death procedures, because they can't afford it here at home. Is healthcare America's next industry to be outsourced to foreign lands? Here's the trailer -

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