Cuba becoming affordable for medical tourism

Cuba saw a record number of visitors this year. The island nation has long capitalized on its sun, sea and salsa, but now it’s marketing a new attraction: health tourism.

The majority of patients come from Venezuela right now, and it’s paid for by the government in Caracas. But Cuba is looking to diversify.
Cuba is now looking to the United States. With the high cost of health care there, the U.S. is seen as a potential market. Especially now that the two countries have restored diplomatic relations.

CCTV Americas’s Michael Voss reports.

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