Four-in-five male expats have accessed healthcare since moving abroad, research finds
A survey by AXA - Global Healthcare has found that local health services have been used by 84% of men living abroad, however 72% said they have concerns about the healthcare in their new country. Two thirds (65%) of men even claimed they would travel back to their home country to receive medical treatment - compared to 56% of women. Local facilities A quarter of male expats said they were most worried about the quality of medical care (26%) and cost of treatment (26%), while nearly a fifth...
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