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Accurate Pharma Translations

EVS Translations Whitepaper

Pharmaceutical companies are particularly dependent on accurate translation and localisation, as the consequences of inaccuracies may be particularly hazardous when it comes to the health of patients.

Translations for the pharmaceutical industry

In “What Does Quality Mean in Translations?” you will learn what pharmaceutical companies should look out for when choosing their translation service provider. We will also explain the features of a high-quality translation company.

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