Treatment in Switzerland - quality and effectiveness (part 3)
Leading clinics in Switzerland Swiss clinics are modern medical institutions with high-quality service, the latest medical equipment and a team of highly qualified doctors. Swiss clinics are distinguished by high…

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Learn more about diagnostic and treatment options in Turkish clinics (part 3)
Surgery is one of the most successful and popular areas of Turkish medicine. Turkish surgeons have cutting-edge surgical equipment; the latest generation of robotic surgical systems (the famous Da Vinci…

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Optometrist or ophthalmologist, who are they ... (part 2)
Ophthalmology in Russia The first information about "full-time masters" - eye doctors belong to the 17th century. In 1805, the first hospital in Russia was opened in Moscow for the…

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Leading clinics in South Korea. Cost of treatment and patient reviews (part 3)

Diagnosis and treatment in clinics in Korea
In all Korean clinics, various types of diagnostic Check-Up programs are provided for foreign patients, thanks to which it is possible to obtain information on the status of all internal organs and patient systems in a few days.

Basic treatment is carried out in the following areas:

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Running is a bit of happiness
Do you exercise? Not? But in vain! After all, they make you healthy, vigorous and cheerful. Do not put off until tomorrow what can be done today. Endurance exercises, such…

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5 rules for refunding treatment in Russia. Is it possible to compensate money for treatment abroad? (part 3)
How to get a tax deduction for treatment Obtaining a tax deduction for treatment or the purchase of medicines consists of the following steps: Filling in the tax return 3-NDFL.…

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Personal medical book (part 2)
If an organization deals with a licensed and accredited healthcare institution when issuing medical books for its employees, all costs associated with paying for medical examinations of employees, as well…

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Early hearing screening as part of prevention of speech impairment (part 1)
According to WHO estimates, about 466 million people worldwide experience serious hearing impairment, while another 500 million have less severe impairments, which nevertheless affect their functioning. The forecasts are disappointing,…

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