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Medical Fees for Foreign Patients to Be Disclosed

March 4, 2016

(The Korea Times) – Fifty medical centers have disclosed their fees to prevent illegal brokerage activities and provide credible service information, as a growing number of foreign patients seek treatment here. The move is the first of its kind, in line with the central government’s efforts to push plastic surgery clinics to disclose their fees for price comparisons.

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