About Us.

MD Writing & Editing Solutions, LLC, is a full-service writing and editing resource for medical industry professionals. We know that in the ever-evolving field of medical practice, there is a continuous need to communicate advances in research and treatment efforts to the medical community and the general public. We have extensive knowledge of a broad range of medical disciplines. Our clients are primarily practicing clinicians; research scientists; pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology companies; health care associations; hospitals; medical trade publications; and consumer health publications.

At MD Writing & Editing Solutions we know that when it comes to medicine… words matter.



Our writers have experience managing the following projects from conception to completion.

  • Patient education materials
  • Articles for trade and consumer publications
  • Peer-reviewed medical journal manuscripts
  • Web site content
  • Marketing materials
  • Academic text book chapters
  • Medical grant writing
  • Abstracts and posters
  • Newsletters
  • Ghostwriting


Have you already prepared content that needs to be refined? Our editors conform to rigorous American Medical Association (AMA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) guidelines. We provide copy and content editing services to ensure that your copy is high quality and effective.

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If you wish to see more samples, please contact us at info@mdwesolutions.com.


Atorvastatin (Lipitor) Study

Publication:The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute
Type 1 diabetes is the most common type of diabetes in children. It develops when the body fails to produce insulin—the hormone that allows glucose to enter the cells of the body to provide fuel. This is the result of an autoimmune process in which the body’s immune system mistakenly destroys the insulin producing beta cells of the pancreas. This process takes place during the year following a diabetes diagnosis, and it eventually leads to the complete absence of insulin production. As a result, children with type 1 diabetes must take daily insulin injections and monitor their blood sugar levels.

Brain's Magnetic Fields Reveal Language Delays in Autisim

Publication:Bench to Bedside
In a study that has gained national attention, investigators from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia have found that faint magnetic signals from brain activity in children with autism show that those children process sound and language differently from non-autistic children. Identifying and classifying these brain response patterns may allow for a more accurate autism diagnosis and possibly aid in devising more effective treatments for the developmental disorder. Timing appears to be crucial. “Children with autism respond a fraction of a second more slowly than healthy children to vowel sounds and tones,” says study leader Timothy Roberts, Ph.D., vice chair of radiology research and holder of the Oberkircher Family Endowed Chair in Pediatric Radiology at Children’s Hospital. Dr. Roberts used a technology called magnetoencephalography (MEG), which detects magnetic fields in the brain, just as electroencephalography (EEG) detects electrical fields.
Trade Publication

New Government Regulations in EHRs: Be Ready

Preparing for what’s to come.

Publication:Cataract & Refractive Sugery Today
The passing of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act represents one of many major financial and practice changes affecting physicians as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Under the HITECH Act, physicians’ practices and hospitals are required to implement electronic health record (EHR) technology by 2015 or face consequences. According to a survey published by the AAO last year, cost was the biggest reason ophthalmologists had not yet adopted EHR technology.