2019 IMTJ Medical Travel Summit, Berlin closes with the Great Debate


Chaired by IMTJ Editor in Chief, Keith Pollard, the Oxford Union-style debate pitted two teams of proposers and opposers and generated a lively debate.    A fully unscientific vote from the audience, with absolutely no bribes offered, produced a narrowly won conclusion:  the house believes that medical travel facilitators are NOT an endangered species

Congratulations to the winning team comprising Elizabeth Ziemba, Andres Jurado and Zahid Hamid

This year’s well attended two-day IMTJ Medical Travel Summit in Berlin attracted attendees from a diverse range of countries including Tunisia, Taiwan, Lebanon, Malaysia, the UAE, Spain, South Korea, Croatia, Mexico, Germany, Ireland, the UK and Switzerland.  Thank you to our Sponsors and Partners for supporting the Summit. 

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