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Medical Clinic In Tokyo

Author: Leo King, Issue: April 2004, Topic: Medical

My clinic has been well-known to the foreign community (especially the stable and older generations in Tokyo) for more than 50 yrs. I am providing the highest medical service available in a private clinic. If you might want to make references to some people to learn how reliable my clinic and services are, you can find about me from:

  • St. Mary's International School
  • Aoba-Japan International School
  • Amici International Preschool
  • IAEA
  • United Nations University
  • UNU Institute of Advance Science (UNU/IAS)
  • Dr. Nishio (St. Luke's International Hospital)

We accept credit cards and Japanese insurance as well.

http://www.thekingclinic.com

Leo King (Toshio Kon), MD, UNEP, JMADOM

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