MSLs Play a Growing Role in Patient Care and Clinical Research

By CenterWatch
Published: December 2013

Commonly referred to as a field medical, today’s medical science liaison (MSL) often is a misunderstood and underutilized resource. MSLs must have the acute knowledge of a scientist, able to understand data from a clinical standpoint and work internally within organizations and companies to take that data and offer it as a resource to external doctors and nurses. In this way, the MSL is held to a higher standard in the delivery of unbiased information and acts as a bridge between those who make and study medicine and those who allocate the medicine, so patients taking that medicine benefit as much as possible.

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