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One of the residents told me that a lot of studies are going to India to be read due to cheaper costs. Is there a chance that all studies might go to India someday?
 

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jimanderson said:
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One of the residents told me that a lot of studies are going to India to be read due to cheaper costs. Is there a chance that all studies might go to India someday?
Not just the studies, but also the patients. Soon there will be no one left in the United States -- just barren land.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4562670

All Things Considered, March 26, 2005 · Growing numbers of foreign patients, including uninsured Americans, are going to India for medical treatment. Proponents say the health care is comparable to much that is available in the United States, and at a far lower cost.
 
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