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348 Pierre-Boursier Blvd
Chateauguay, J6J 2Z4
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Certified Medical Translation by Certified Translators members of Canadian Professional Trade Boards members of the CCIC (ATIO & OTTIAQ)
Specialized Translation and Medical Writing Services for the Biomedical, Pharmaceutical and Medical Industries
DeJump Inc. is the leading biomedical content provider in Canada and offers comprehensive documentation services in over 100 languages for the medical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors. Our medical writers author research reports, scientific and medical publications, drug development and marketing plans, product specification sheets and catalogs, research grant applications, regulatory documentation, procedures and laboratory protocols.
DeJump Linguists: Recognized Biomedical Industry Professionals
As biomedical professionals, DeJump linguists and medical writers relies on their in-depth scientific knowledge to deliver accurate content. DeJump in-country biomedical specialists hold advanced degrees (M.D., M.Sc., Ph.D.) in life sciences.
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DeJump has developed a proven quality control process where five (5) experts process your content. DeJump offers three (3) types of content certification for its translation and documentation services.
Last update of this entry: May 07, 2013
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