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Yes you can, at least in Britain Ordinarily eligibility for free healthcare in the UK, like most places, is based on residency, not citizenship, and being a British Citizen does not matter. However it turns out that there is an exemption for those in receipt of a British state pension. If one of the following applies to you then you will be exempt from ...


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With regards to before you go - it depends where you are from, where in the country you are going and what you are concerned about. The UK Foreign Office provides advice here. http://www.nathnac.org/ds/c_pages/country_page_BR.htm It draws attention to: Yellow Fever Diptheria Hepatitis A Rabies Teatnus Tuberculosis Typhoid Malaria Altitiude ...


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Most of the information provided below can be found on Brazilian Health Ministry website, in the section for Traveler's Health. I recommend to read it, as it is a credible source of information for traveler's coming to Brazil. Brazil does not require the International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis for entry into the country. About Dengue (and ...


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Diclofenac appears to be available at Guardian (a large local pharmacy chain in both countries), gabapentin (Neurontin) appears to be prescription only per a search on the HSA website. Note that a prescription obtained overseas will not be accepted by a Singaporean or Malaysian pharmacy. However, you can bring that prescription to a local doctor (general ...


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I can happily confirm that insulin is available for purchase over-the-counter in pharmacies in Colombia. I've bought some myself, I simply asked for it at a pharmacy and paid for it, I required no prescription, or any doctor's note or other evidence that I am Diabetic. I'll reiterate that I did check that my specific types of insulin were available in ...



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