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September 13, 2008

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Andrew

I have been to India for my hip replacement treatment. I did a lot of research and found
out about www.valuemedicare.com, a leader in medical tourism. ValueMedicare gave me excellent services. Though this company is a little expensive compare to other medical tourism companies(though it is still very cheap compare to US) but then you get treated by the best doctors in the best hospitals.

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