• Glenn Cohen


Medical Tourism, Access to Health Care, and Global Justice. I. Glenn Cohen, September 13, 2011, Paper. “Medical tourism—the travel of patients from one (the “home”) country to another (the “destination”) country for medical treatment—represents a growing business. A number of authors have raised the concern that medical tourism reduces access to health care for the destination country’s poor and suggested that home country governments or international bodies have obligations to curb medical tourism or mitigate its negative effects when they occur. This Article is the first to comprehensively examine both the question of whether this negative…” Link