Chloe from Operation Thailand TV Series Featured in the Daily Mail
Following the premiere of CosMediTour’s TV Series Operation Thailand, the Daily Mail spoke with one of our featured clients Chloe who returned to Thailand for Breast surgery after discovering she had a Brain Tumour.
Chloe was one of 30 CosMediTour clients (Men and Women) to be featured in the TV series which follows clients travelling to Thailand to undergo a diverse range of cosmetic surgery and dental procedures. The series not only follows the personal experiences, surgery and dental outcomes of the featured patients, but showcases the Thailand medical tourism industry and healthcare system to Australia and the world.
Chloe had travelled to Thailand 4 years ago for breast surgery and was unfortunetly denied surgery after it was discovered she had a Brain Tumour. ‘When I got there I wasn’t feeling very well and actually started lactating. I kept thinking “I can’t be pregnant” but it wouldn’t stop so I decided to go back to Australia.’ As soon as she returned to Adelaide, Chloe booked in to see her doctor who explained that a brain tumour was sitting on her pituitary gland. Now, four years later after being given the green light by her local doctor, Chloe decided to travel back to see her surgeon Dr. Veerawat and hopefully proceed with her Breast Surgery!
Episode 1 of Operation Thailand premiered Tuesday May 2. The episode saw 3 women travel to Phuket for a range of different procedures at Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute. The CosMediTour clients stayed at the 5 Star Amari Phuket.
- Episode 1 Preview & surgery details on Operation Thailand website.
- Watch Full Episode 1 Replay – View on 9NOW website (until 30 May 2017). This may not be possible for viewers outside Australia using an Australian ISP address.