Medical writing & more
Medicom offers diverse possibilities for custom content through our medical writers, video crew, graphic artists, and editorial team. For example, we will be happy to provide key opinion leader (KOL) interviews, cover satellite symposia, report on selected posters, prepare reviews of literature on any medical topic, or attend and summarise expert meetings of any size.
- A KOL can connect various take-home messages from different sessions and explain why and how these new studies will change their practice.
- Medicom can engage a local KOL for each regional edition of our reports to describe how and why this conference will impact practice in your own country specifically.
- Our team of medical writers and/or video crew can cover satellite symposia or expert meetings, for example as a series of interviews to be posted online or as an advertorial to be published in the Conference Report print edition. This approach often highlights a novel mode of action introduced by a new trial or a trial update.
- Our team can generate professional infographics summarising key clinical trials, appropriate for social media distribution, review articles, and/or handout flyers.
- Medicom can generate social media campaign content.
- Medicom’s medical writers have extensive experience drafting EU and NIH grants and can offer support as a service.
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- Promising front-line alternative for advanced gastric or gastroesophageal junction adenocarcinoma
- Ribociclib plus hormone therapy prolongs survival of younger patients with advanced breast cancer
- Pembrolizumab quadruples survival in selected advanced non-small cell lung cancer patients
- Prostate cancer: Early enzalutamide substantially improves time to progression and overall survival when added to standard mHSPC therapy (testosterone suppression ± docetaxel)
- Clinical utility of amyloid PET in cognitively impaired patients
- E-cigarette use disrupts normal immune response to viral infections, in women particularly
- Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension: Early Treatment with Selexipag Most Effective
- First-ever effective treatment of Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 1a
- Ibudilast affects brain atrophy in PPMS, not SPMS