Yes, Cuba may become a medical tourism destination due to its high quality of medical care at affordable prices. People seeking to find or afford certain medical services at home often travel abroad to find these services. For a country to become a medical tourism destination, it needs to have top notch medical care at good prices and Cuba does.
With medical practices not permitted in the United States while still being helpful to many people, and with Cuba being so close to the United States, it absolutely will become a medical tourism destination. People need medicine and surgeries for things that they can't get in the United States, or, many times out of 10, it's actually cheaper to fly to a country in Europe and get a procedure done than it is to stay in your home America and have it done. Our medical expenses are ridiculous, Cuba benefits greatly from it.
Cancer once seemed like an incurable disease, but no longer. Scientists in Cuba have developed a vaccine for lung cancer that is now in its trial stages. This medical advancement means that the country, which has newly established trade relations with the US, will become the next big destination for medical tourism.
Cuba offers new medical treatment and affordable medical care. Now that it possible for ordinary people to travel back and forth between Cuba and the US, there are more people who will go there for medical care. As travel gets cheaper and easier and medical costs continue to skyrocket here that will increase.