Archive for the ‘Retinitis Pigmentosa’ Category
Unless you live in Cuba or select other destinations in the world, if you’ve been diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, you will have to become a medical tourist to get the treatment you deserve. Yes, despite claims of freedom and open ideals, the medical professions in many countries doubt this treatment can be effective. Doubt is always good, it keeps people from making mistakes or rushing into anything yet thousands of people, both foreign and Cuban citizens have received treatment retinitis pigmentosa in Cuba and overall, these people are happy with the results.
Cuba, has traditionally been a top destination for medical tourism especially with patients traveling particularly from nearby Latin America and from Europe. Cuba has an excellent reputation for progressive medical care and their groundbreaking work in reducing or eliminating the devastating effects of retinitis pigmentosa are remarkable.
The country is also popular with medical tourists seeking conventional cosmetic surgery, cancer treatments and more which are very affordable in Cuba. Compared to the United States, patients seeking cosmetic surgery pay less than half for the same treatment. There’s no comparison for treatment retinitis pigmentosa as it’s not offered in the United States or Canada. However, if you’re facing possible total blindness, the cost of such treatment is not your primary concern.
The treatment retinitis pigmentosa is not permitted in a certain countries and allowed in others. Those diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa should be allowed to explore all of their options. Traveling long distances for a surgery that is not allowed in their home country is not for everyone. There are many people who travel for surgeries to save a large amount of money but not as many people are willing to go against the advise of their own doctor. Anyone considering this should get as much information about the benefits as well as the risks before proceeding.