Best Medical Dict or CD

Subject: Best Medical Dict or CD
From: GINGER JONES <FFKB48A -at- PRODIGY -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 13 May 1996 00:34:42 -0500

I am in need of a medical dictionary, and I don't know whether to buy
a hardbound dictionary or get one on CD. (I would love the
convenience of the CD, however.)

Can anyone recommend a good medical dictionary or one on CD? If I'm
going to spend the money, I prefer to get a really good one.

Thanks,

Ginger Jones, Austin, Texas
FFKB48A -at- prodigy -dot- com

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