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Winter-Sperry, Robin L.
March 2008
Pharmaceutical Representative;Mar2008, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p26
The article offers information about the role of medical science liaisons (MSL) on healthcare industry in the U.S. It states that MSLs have doctoral-level scientific degrees and direct clinical experience before joining the industry. MSLs provide clinical training of sales representatives, journal and scientific information reviews, clinical trial, pipeline activities and others.


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