Medical Tourism On The Rise In India, Thanks To Cheaper Drugs And Better Care

As Western markets creak under the combined weight of regulation and an aging population, ever greater numbers of people are turning to developing countries to get the health care services that they want. No longer are they willing to put up with the high prices of drugs in their country of origin or the poor quality of service and care. One of the main drivers of the rise of medical tourism to India are laws protecting the sale of generic drugs. Unlike in Western markets, patients in India d…