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Τwo-day conference on "Health Tourism in Greece" to be held in Chicago on 28-29 April 2017

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Health tourism and its promising prospects in Greece, is the subject of a two-day event which will be held in Chicago, USA, on April 28th and 29th 2017, at the Cultural Center of the Hellenic American Community of Greater Chicago, 5941 N. Milwaukee Ave on April 28th and at the National Hellenic Museum, 333 S Halsted St, Chicago, on April 29th.

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Τwo-day convention on Health Tourism in Greece to be held in Montreal on 28-29 March 2017

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Health tourism and its promising prospects in Greece, is the subject of a two-day event which will be held in Montreal, Canada on March 28th and 29th 2017, at the Hellenic Community Centre Adrian Maris, 5757 Wilderton Ave.

Prominent members of the Greek medical, scientific and business community will be presenting the excellent medical services available in Greece. They include fields such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Dentistry, Ophthalmology, Spa Tourism, Robotics Medicine and Plastic Surgery.

The audience will hear real stories narrated by the actual people who benefited from these advantages.

The event will be attended by prominent members of the Greek Canadian community. They include businessmen, members of the Health and Tourism industries, as well as media representatives from Greece, Canada and the Diaspora.

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"Thank you for making our dream a reality"

Joeanne Friggieri

After two liver transplants and ten years of failed IVF treatments in Australia, Joeanne Friggieri was finally granted the gift of bringing a life into the world thanks to the persistence of her Greek doctors

The risks associated with in vitro fertilisation treatments (IVF) and the potential side-effects can be persistent and even dangerous for women that are otherwise perfectly healthy, let alone for someone like Joeanne Friggieri.

For the 41-year-old Australian woman, however, there was no other option; no other path.

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