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Reversing Nigeria Medical Tourism – ARISE Special Report

For decades, affluent Nigerians have traveled abroad for medical care. Nigerians spend $1.2B on medical care abroad which has fuelled the mindset that foreign healthcare is, by default, better than

For decades, affluent Nigerians have traveled abroad for medical care. Nigerians spend $1.2B on medical care abroad which has fuelled the mindset that foreign healthcare is, by default, better than Nigerian healthcare. But that could soon be a thing of the past.

Arise Correspondent Adefemi Akinsanya takes a look at the state of medical tourism and how a new hospital seeks to reverse it AND reverse medical brain drain.

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