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Japan sees slow progress in wooing medical tourists

Hurdles include a lack of doctors to care for foreign patients and the need for interpreters

Washington

JAPAN started to become serious about medical tourism after the government called for the promotion of the admittance of patients from overseas in its growth strategy for 2010.

Although the government has provided some support, such as by offering medical residence visas

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