Interpreter Judit Marin: Not just a voice

Judit Martin will tell you she is “just a voice,” called upon to help the Bay Area’s Spanish speakers communicate fully with doctors who speak English – not to mention the complex language of medicine. But the 45-year-old Barcelona native and Oakland resident also represents the advantages of face-to-face medical interpreting at a time when California needs those skills most.

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