Thursday, May 27, 2010

Medical Tourism Explained

My new book "Travelin' Trots" was just published as an ebook on Smashwords. In it I talk about some of the pitfalls and benefits of being an accidental medical tourist. I hope you'll take time to check it out at Smashwords, for free.

"35,000 feet over the Amazon jungle Mary Anne gets slammed with a debilitating gastrointestinal bug . Seven hours later she lands in a foreign country where she doesn't speak the language. Now she has to quickly find medical help. A travel writer and nurse, she documents the process and what it really feels like to be sick on the road ..."

Won't you take a moment to spread the word about my book to everyone you know.

Thanks for your support. Mary Anne


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  2. Ross, thanks very much for your comments. Medical tourism is growing in popularity and each destination offers its own advantages. A few years before I took notice of this industry, I'd heard very good things about MT in India. You post will help readers as well.