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The intended audience for this article are professionals interested in learning more about or trying to become Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs). These are suggestions based
1. Don’t simply show up.
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Think you’re too experienced for more training? Or say to yourself, “I’ve been an MSL for 10 years, what could I possibly learn?” If that’s
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Becoming Board Certified in Medical Affairs (BCMAS): The New Standard in Pharma-Interviews with BCMAS Professionals by Elio Evangelista
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