January 31, 2013 Nishant Bagadia on medical tourism at the Seasteading Conference 2012 2 Comments on “Nishant Bagadia on medical tourism at the Seasteading Conference 2012” Daniel Connelly February 2, 2013 at 5:58 pm Earlier in the video you have mentioned that 95% of individuals who live in the United States will be medically insured, I am sorry to state that most Americans will not be insured and that in fact that most Americans will be homeless. I am in the workforce, I have been for many years now. I will lose my house, my salary, my car, and all things of which I own. Americans do need medical help than may be expected one year from now. I am sorry for the negative response, but the government of the USA will not improve medically for the next decade. George Wade February 20, 2013 at 9:35 pm Price is important, of course: quality even more so. One holistic hospital I visited did diagnosis and treatment unavailable in Canada and the US. Heavy metal toxicity and chelation to eliminate those metals: much cheaper and quicker than treatment for degenerative disease like heart disease, stroke and cancer that would have followed. Comments are closed.