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Drafting a Medical Directive vs Editing

Medical editing - like medical writing - is crucial in medical communications. As medical editors as well as writers, we are tasked with multiple qualify-assurance roles including:

  • Correcting spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors

  • Copy-editing to make writing accurate, clear, and flow smoothly

  • Ensuring correct and consistent data across texts and graphics

  • Ensure that the content and its organization comply with the appropriate guidelines and standards

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