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How might a foundation in medical terminology help you in fulfilling your education and career goals? How might a basic understanding of medical terminology benefit you personally?

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    Knowing medical terminology won't help me in my education or career, because I don't intend to take any more classes and I'm retired -- permanently.

    I guess you have to answer this question considering your education and career goals.

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