Medical Writing Checklist We, at Inklab Communications, have put together a helpful checklist for medical writers to use in order to hone and add value to a prospective powerpoint slide deck.

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Read In the wake of the 21st Century Cures Act (December 2016), the FDA has determined to accelerate the development of novel therapies and increase the speed of the review process, particularly in the field of cancer research.

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Vaccination is a crucial preventative measure to protect against disease and has helped to eradicate epidemics like smallpox and polio. They enable our bodies to respond more effectively to infection by mimicking the structure of the infectious agent. RNA (sometimes referred to as messenger RNA or mRNA) vaccines, are a new type of vaccine that has recently been developed. They rely on a different way to mimic infection to induce an immune cell response.

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The pressure mounts for publications and medical affairs teams to demonstrate the effectiveness of their activities, and so too does the temptation to stick with traditional metrics of success and the ones that make us look good. However, is that really effective?

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Vaccinations are estimated to save 2–3 million lives each year; however, with misinformation and ‘fake news’ so easily spread across social media platforms, the anti-vaccine movement has gathered momentum and threatens to undo substantial progress made against multiple preventable diseases.

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The price of researching and developing new medicines is very high and so ensuring that a new drug is adopted is of paramount importance to pharma companies. Having a strategic Public Relations (PR) plan will help…

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