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If English is not your primary language, never fear. MIPTC is now available in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish. Look to the left navigation bar, scroll down and pick the flag of your country.

We were thinking about adding an Elmer Fudd translation, too, but I put my fwoot down. MIPTC is bucking the conventional wisdom. That last link is a federal court ruling that hospitals don't have to provide translators for people that don't speak English well. Good thing you're only looking for some legal information.

As you can see from our External Links page (see the "Categories" links on the right), MIPTC is featured on several foreign blogs, including German, Russian and Spanish legal blogs.

We thought we'd return the favor and speak in the same language. If you have suggestions for other translations, please let me know.

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