Unfortunately, the library does not have the ability to translate articles from other languages. A translation service company can charge in excess of $1,000 to translate a single article, likely because most people who have the native level fluency in both languages and the necessary level of medical training are working as practitioners rather than as translators. Some translation service companies will provide a free estimate for the cost of translating a given article; however, we are unable to recommend a specific company.
If you are having difficulty locating a similar article on the same topic in English, feel free to ask for assistance from one of our librarians. If you are faculty or staff at one of our member institutions, you may request that a librarian perform a literature search for you (https://tmc.libwizard.com/f/litsearch). We are unable to perform literature searches for students, but students may request an individual consultation in person or online with a librarian, for assistance formulating an effective search strategy. Consultations may be requested here: https://library.tmc.edu/services/research_consultation/