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Medical communications company signs educational partnership agreement

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Frontline Medical Communications, a Parsippany-based medical communications company, on Monday announced it has signed a strategic partnership with the National Organization for Rare Disorders.

The partnership will create educational programs for health care providers, taking advantage of each organization’s expertise, Frontline said in a news release. This will lead to custom initiatives bolstering awareness of rare diseases.

“Through this collaboration, FMC and NORD will offer a broad range of interactive resources that shorten the time to diagnosis and promote optimal treatment and management strategies for all people with rare diseases,” Peter L. Saltonstall, president and CEO of the National Organization for Rare Disorders, said in the release.


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