What Do ‘Nude Mice’ Have To Do With Medical Research? Cyndy Kryder Explains!

Filed under: Health — @ August 17, 2009

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Cyndy Kryder arms the layperson with interpreting medical jargon

Medical terminology can make your head spin if you’re not familiar with what you are reading. And honestly, to most of us non-medical people this stuff just sorta makes your eyes glaze over. But it really comes down to breaking down the root prefixes and suffixes of these long million dollar words. That’s exactly what my podcast interview guest today helps virtually anyone do with two fabulous books that I highly encourage you to get your hands on.

In Episode 278 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we hear from Cyndy Kryder, author of THE ACCIDENTAL MEDICAL WRITER: How We Became Successful Freelance Medical Writers. How You Can, Too and NUDE MICE: And Other Medical Writing Terms You Need to Know. She walks us through how she just sorta stumbled upon a career in medical writing and how others can get involved in this field as well. Hear her talk about what all is entailed with medical writing and some common technical terms that are misunderstood by the majority of the general public. Cyndy is such a delightful person who has an obvious passion for what she does.

Click here to listen to my one-on-one interview with Cyndy Kryder!

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