Communication Access Realtime Translation en Deaf student can sue medical school for discrimination <p></p><p>A Seattle man with profound hearing loss has won a key battle in his fight with Creighton University Medical School in Nebraska over accommodating his disability. The case could have ramifications for other institutions of higher education.</p><p>Michael Argenyi, who received his undergraduate degree from Seattle University, asked Creighton to pay for interpreters and a real time captioning service known as CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation). The medical school refused, offering other services instead. Argenyi sued under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Wed, 16 Jan 2013 19:02:15 +0000 Paula Wissel 7570 at