Seems another story of medical students cheating on exams has a potential impact on the lucrative medical tourism business! Recent news reports from SE Asia, one the world's most popular regions for medical tourism, highlights the "mission impossible" tactics used by wanna' be doctors facing the mounting pressures to be doctors and serve the tourists arriving daily. Another report identifies the same damaging fact. Seems these students are willing to pay upwards to $30k to pass the test in order to offer medical care for the fast growing medical tourism industry.
Just think about this as you travel half way around the world to get a cheap nose job!