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Published on : Friday, May 6, 2022
Millions of people every year cross borders for medical reasons that are either way too costly or unavailable in their home country. This appears to be the last resort for many to ease the pain of a major illness or defy a terminal diagnosis; for others the reasons are merely cosmetic. A new type of “medical tourist” has come up in the past few years: those seeking to radically extend their lives.
Now, there are older people more than ever and more and more people are in search of long and healthy life. People over the age of 65 years made up 19% of the population in 2019 In the UK. It’s a straight rise of 23% from 2009, in a period when the total population only increased by 7%. In the science of ageing, recent advancements have given them high expectations that they don’t have to go so gently into that good night after all.
As science has made some promising advancements in finding out the causes of ageing and its implications, real solutions are some way off. Many fraudsters and scam artists in that gap between supply and demand are all prepared to make benefit from the gullible ones to believe they can pay a little extra for a few extra years among the living. Many offer their services in countries where rules are easy.
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