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A footcare practitioner has a minst chp qualification. What does this mean
 
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application for leave on friday
 
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You say a mosquito-borne virus. But what do you say a virus infectious from human to human? 
 
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What is correct ? 1 = Can I go ? 2 = May I go ?
 
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writing medical numbers should you write the numbers or spell them if spelled the message might be lost as it stands for procedure codes
 
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Can anyone help me understand this?? " Without acceptance on any further liability for medical care and/or past, present and further temporary total disability, the Employer/Carrier will agree to pay for a lumbar MRI."
 
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What is love?
 
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i want a help from a native speaker to record some material for my research
 
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What is and where can I find information on the nurse title, ES? I have searched the computer and can not find the title.
 
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Hi all, I am a post student who studied Radiography. Can anyone please give me ideas to find useful material for studying OET ? Thank you very much, AA
 
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what the difference between chiropractor and osteopath?
 
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fishing is a verb or verb-ing
 
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What does T stand for in a resident admit note?
 
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the number of idiopathic and cryptogenic cases are getting decreased. A number of idiopathic and cryptogenic cases are getting decreased. [in the above two sentences, pls expln whether the verb "is'/are" usage is correct]
 
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how to writ a thank you letter that has warmth to a doctor for helping you with a situation for insurance company
 
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I am American, not British, but assert that scrip is more correct for shorthand version of a doctor's prescription. Importantly, the suffix is -tion, not -ion. I learned at an early age that Doctors wrote scrips and playwrights and other writers, etc. wrote and submitted scripts, or manuscripts, for review. However, there is common usage of both. Are there any doctors on here to weigh-in?
 
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When you are asked a question like below. Which word do you think in your mind? Question: Where are you going? Answer: To school. 1. school 2. to 3. to school Please, answer me.
 
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How to write a letter, to state board requesting for sponsorship, to attend medical license exam.
 
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Hi everybody, Could anyone explain the main differences between these three words? If you want to say that someone is physically handicapped... wouldn´t that be a disabled person??? Gracias!
 
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Hey, i want to use a sentence and i am not sure how to say it using UK English or native English without mistakes. please correct me. 1.doctors warn: patients may miss the chance to cure because of rising nhs waiting lists for tests and treatment. 2.doctors warn: patients could become more serious because of rising nhs waiting lists for tests and treatment. 3.Doctors warn: Patients could die because of rising NHS waiting lists for tests and treatment (this sentence is right, however, it is not polite if someone noticed in a website, right? ) So, how do we express such kind of meaning using native English? Please write ur thoughts here if u have a better idea on how to say this sentence. Thanks very much.
 
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i am an ex-serviceman who unfortunately suffered a stroke recently. on discharge from hospital the occupational therapists recommened i revamp my bathroom into a wetroom to make it safer for me. unfortunately i haven't been able to work since 1/9/15 and money now is exceptionally tight. when getting a quote for the work our plumber (also an exserviceman suggested i approach yourselves to see if you could help financially. king regards. Mark Blackburn (Sgt Ex RAMC)
 
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What does the initials MACmean after the name of a medical professional ?
 
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Hiii. i dont know or i even can ask something like this ,but my big dream it is spainnnn ,so maybe someone know or it is possibe to get awork in spain for nurse???
 
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stentimplantati0n
 
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Hi Abbie How are you? Can you explain the difference between a Script and a Prescription? Are they two different/are they dependent on each other? Thanks...
 
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