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2nd Boston Medical Affairs Seminar

Value creation on the product highway

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The 2nd Boston Medical Affairs Seminar follows the product development road map from early research, through approval and launch, and finally to lifecycle management. The course is designed to provide a hands-on opportunity to engage with speakers and colleagues and take away practical lessons and best practices that can be readily applied to your company's current situation.

The four main sections are as follows:
I. Medical Affairs in early RandD — engaging early and demonstrating value
II. Medical Affairs supporting the regulatory process and building up to Product Approval
III. Medical Affairs delivering on goals to support a successful Product Launch
IV. Medical Affairs playing a central role in Product Lifecycle Management

Top Five Reasons to Attend
1. Most challenging, relevant Medical Affairs topics addressed
2. Senior seminar leaders with vast experience and passion for Medical Affairs
3. Intimate, hands-on learning environment at a venue in Boston
4. Co-located with 2nd New Product Planning conference providing more content
5. Two keynotes with Biotech KOLs highlight a valuable two-day program

Prices

Early Bird Pricing — Register by October 27, 2017: USD 1695 Standard Pricing — Register after October 27, 2017: USD 1895 Onsite Pricing: USD 1995

Contact

Camille Venturina
cventurina@exlevents.com

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