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Subject:Scope of TW From:"Williams, Patricia" <willi090 -at- DDCD -dot- MC -dot- DUKE -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 28 Jun 1996 08:38:00 -0400
Hmm ... Hard to imagine based upon the content of messages here. Anybody do
medical or scientific writing?
Yes, as a matter of fact, although I've just been lurking so far. I write
and edit patient education materials, clinical trial summaries, regulatory
submissions, manuscripts for publication, book chapters, marketing material
for the Institute, and soon, a Web page! Perhaps one day I won't feel so
outnumbered among you gearheads (that's a joke, son) and I'll have something
to contribute. I'd love to hear from other medical/scientific writers and
editors out there; please respond to me below. If any global issues come up
that would be of interest to the list, I'll post them.
Pat Williams, Editor
Duke Clinical Research Institute
2024 West Main Street, Bay C-2
Durham, NC 27705
v: (919) 286-8905
f: (919) 416-9345
e: willi090 -at- mc -dot- duke -dot- edu
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