“How did you get into the medical writing field?” is a question I often hear. This is a fairly easy question for me to answer. I saw a job advert back in 2005 in Germany, I applied for the position, I got the job, and I became a medical writer in 2006. I had a PhD degree in science, I had high English proficiency in a non-English speaking country, and I liked to write. I was at the right place at the right time with the right skills.
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