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Sherry Christiansen is a freelance medical writer with an extensive healthcare background. She worked directly with patients in an inpatient hospital setting and collaborated on medical research projects, such as Alzheimer's Universe—a division of the Alzheimer's Prevention Clinic at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine.
Sherry’s articles have been published on the following websites Medical News Today, Alzheimer's Universe, A Place for Mom, and Live Well Past 100.
Sherry’s educational background includes writing an educational curriculum for an online BSN (nursing) program. She has also worked on a medical research project (studying the effects of education) at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York. Sherry has written health and wellness lessons, produced articles published on the website Medical News Today, and created current news articles for a senior health website.
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