It is essential to entrust the translation of medical content to professionals specialised in this field. A study conducted by the medical journal BMJ evaluated the accuracy of Google Translate in medical communication and concluded that the platform is only 57.7% accurate when translating this type of content. The study translated ten medical phrases into 26 languages and 42.3% were badly translated. There were major mistakes. For example, “Your child is fitting” was translated into Swahili as “Your child is dead.” As opposed to an automated translation system, it is extremely important to rely on native translators who specialise in the medical sector, who will take into account its technical vocabulary and precise terminology.