Susan Kweskin has been a medical writer and editor for decades. Most recently, she served as Editorial Director of a number of print publications and websites, including Psychiatric Times, Drug Topics, www.psychiatrictimes.com, www.patientcareonline.com, www.rheumatologynetwork.com, and www.neurologytimes.com.
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