Off topic: Medical Translation Insight blog features this forum
Thread poster: Catherine GUILLIAUMET
It was a nice surprise for me yesterday evening, when I discovered that the launch of the ProZ Medical forum was greeted on the Web.
After the congratulations from colleagues from Linked-In and other communities I already mentioned to you, the Medical forum has the privilege to receive the support from the Medical Translation Insight blog, under the hand of Andres Heuberger who dedicated a full post to us
I strongly recommend the Medical Translation Insight blog, which is a true mine of information for medical translators, not only about terminology, but also about international marketing and regulatory affairs developments. I've been following it for more than 1 year.
Have a nice day
[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2010-10-13 12:53 GMT]
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Thank you for the tip. The blog does look interesting!
| Congratulations! || Oct 13, 2010 |
Congratulations for this new Proz medical forum and thanks for sharing the info abour the Medical Translation Insight blog.
It is great to be able to share with other fellow medical translators.
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