Liver Transplant Risks - Spanish & English

Job #3804

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Job # 3804 Liver Transplant Risks - Spanish & English

Posted Date
Jun 8, 2007 @ 05:53
Respond By
Jun 11, 2007
Word Count
3
Budget
$250
Language
Spanish
Gender
Female
Age Range
-
Category
Educational

Job Description

This project is a web video with VO and text animation for UCSF - Liver Transplant Dept to explain the risks of liver transplantation.

We would like to find a voice talent capable of recording our script in both English and Spanish (with a Mexican accent - or as neutral as possible).

Here is a sample in English. Word count has been estimated by a translator at 3300 words.

Thank you
Vanessa
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Because there are a lot of sick patients waiting for liver transplantation in the Bay Area, only patients with very high MELD scores are getting transplants. If your score isn't high enough, you will need to get sicker before you get a transplant. This means that you could wait a long time or that you could suddenly get too sick for transplantation. This is because getting sicker may not be a gradual decline, but patients who have liver disease may suddenly get very sick very quickly. Because we care about our patients, we want to make sure that you understand your choices in terms of trying to get a liver transplant.

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