Medical Writing Authors Diana Radovan

Diana Radovan


Biosimilar development – an overview - Volume 28, Issue 2

Biosimilars are biological drugs that are similar to, and cheaper than other biological drugs (called “reference originator biologics”) that are already in use. They share an identical amino-acid sequence but, given the inherent variability of…

Introduction - Volume 28, Issue 2

When I first stepped into the biosimilar world as part of my medical writing career development, I was both excited and surprised. I was entering this fascinating setting with an originator mindset, as many of us do, and discovered that there are…

Medical Communications - Volume 27, Issue 4

In a follow-up to the excellent article from Douglas Fiebig on how to use your review cycle effectively, this issue presents an extremely insightful article from Diana Radovan on how to help reviewers to communicate better with writers. Diana…


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