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On March 19, 2012, Paul Restuccia of the Boston Herald wrote an article titled "Interpreting a way out of poverty-Need for bilingual translators growing". The article speaks of the new non-profit organization called Found in Translation, which offers homeless and low-income women the opportunity to earn professional certification for becoming medical interpreters in hospitals and clinics. The medical interpreter training is provided in collaboration with Central Massachusetts Area Health Education Center (AHEC), a program of the UMass Medical School.