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I am pleased to share to with you my letter-to-the-editor from the Feb 20th, issue of NEJM (p 781). I responded to a Nov 14th, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute...

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The complicated pathology, chronicity, comprehensive care, and stakeholder diversity associated with rare diseases adds layers of complexity to a publications plan.  Churchill combines more than 20 years of publications experience with the analytical skills and hands-on clinical practice experience necessary to assure that clinical information needs are met across a diverse audience of providers, patients, and caregivers:


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