Handy resource

Updated on December 19, 2019 in Mexico
2 on December 13, 2019

I found a handy resource about having weight-loss surgery in Mexico.  It includes different medical situations you might consider when making a determination. If I undergo skin removal surgery, I’ll likely take the medical tourism route since it’s not covered by my insurance and it’s several thousand dollars in the United States.  A word of caution though, I’m not sure how dependable and neutral the resource is.  I’m not certain that it’s a journal in the academic/research sense and it doesn’t have a Wikipedia page or other way to suss it out that I can see.

 
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0 on December 15, 2019

Thank you for sharing this resource. It seems to have a lot of good advice. I like that the author reminds us not to choose the provider with the lowest price – you definitely skimp on quality when you do that most of the time. If I have skin removal surgery, I’m going to look further into this, but that’s a ways down the road for me. 

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0 on December 19, 2019

The article raises vital points because it is possible for would-be patients to get attracted to the idea of low-cost providers then end up getting sub-standard services. Due diligence is necessary!

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