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Hi guys!
Maybe some of you already know this app, it's a new cool service called CURELY and its purpose is to solve everyday health concerns of patients all around the world. It may be useful to practice your medical english and earn few bucks too!
You just need to be a certified doctor in your country, specify your fields of interest and practice and you're good to go. You can answer patients via messages or in 12-minutes-long chats, gettin' payed for them as much as you want.

If you're looking for an invitation just type your email below!
 

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Hi guys!
Maybe some of you already know this app, it's a new cool service called CURELY and its purpose is to solve everyday health concerns of patients all around the world. It may be useful to practice your medical english and earn few bucks too!
You just need to be a certified doctor in your country, specify your fields of interest and practice and you're good to go. You can answer patients via messages or in 12-minutes-long chats, gettin' payed for them as much as you want.

If you're looking for an invitation just type your email below![/QUOT

[email protected]
 

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Does this apply to IMGs who are US citizens and ECFMG certified but have not completed their residency training in the US? Any legal gotchas or red flags if this comes up when one does do residency down the road?
Hi letmeinwillya, I honestly don't know how to answer because I don't know the US law on this matter.
For example in certain countries in Europe, you are not allowed to do anything else except for your residency program, therefore I would strongly suggest you to write [email protected]
They will definitely know how to answer to this question.
 
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