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Traveling internationally for medical care is often referred to as medical tourism. But, it may not be as carefree as your average vacation. If your vacation destination is a hospital rather than a hotel, you have a lot more to consider than your fellow vacationers do.

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It is important to make sure that you receive proper vaccination prior to traveling, especially if you are traveling to areas where the risk of getting a certain disease is high. Here is information on some vaccines to consider before traveling:

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