Medtalk

A neologism for medicine’s working parlance which has a core vocabulary of abbreviations, jargon, acronyms and neologisms based on the classics—Greek & Latin—video games, movies, the Internet, television, and other sources

Medtalk

Medspeak Medicine's working parlance with a core vocabulary of abbreviations, jargon, acronyms and neologisms based on the classics–Greek & Latin, video games, movies, the Internet, television, and other sources
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"There are many ways of decreasing the consumption of tobacco and alcohol but it has been proven worldwide that the best practice, the best and most effective way to do it is really to increase the prices by increasing the taxes," DOH Undersecretary Rolando Domingo said in an interview with CNN's "MedTalk".
MedTalk was designed for use by healthcare providers such as pharmaceutical companies, health insurers and research organizations, and enables the automation of sophisticated communication campaigns with healthcare consumers.
In VRP, we have 18 doctors who can treat lymphedema," says Jason Francis Roxas, the Nurse Consultant of the clinic, in an interview for the VRP Medtalk FB Live Series.