The American Recall Center provides drug and medical device recall information alongside practical healthcare information and support. We aim to build the most comprehensive resource on the Internet for timely and trusted material regarding healthcare topics that matter to the consumer. The team at ARC is dedicated to helping consumers find accurate information with ease.
Dr. Trucillo is an expert medical writer, editor, and medical affairs consultant. He has worked as a medical director at various medical marketing and communications agencies, specifically with pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients across numerous therapeutic areas, including: diabetes, cardiovascular disease (stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation, heart failure, CAD), oncology, vaccines and communicable diseases.
Dr. Trucillo received a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Montclair State University and later a PhD in Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. He has 10+ years in academic research with a focus on diabetes, metabolic and cardiovascular diseases. He maintains his interest in scientific pursuits, medical affairs, FDA regulation, drug development and medical research, and keeps up-to-date with current developments.
Debra Gordon has more than 25 years experience reporting on and writing about medical and healthcare topics, beginning with her days as a newspaper reporter. She has been an independent medical writer since 1999, with experience in a variety of therapeutic areas as well as managed care and health policy. She has written or contributed to more than a dozen consumer healthcare books, and is currently working on her own such book, “Talk Back to Your Doctor: How to Take Control of Your Own Health.”
Debra received her Master’s of Science in Biomedical Writing from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, and her Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Virginia.
Cheryl started her professional career with a degree in Mathematics and a minor in Computer Science. She worked at various high tech firms in corporate America as an engineer and technical writer. Then, deciding to pursue her interest in all things medical, she became a freelance medical writer. Mathematics was the perfect background for understanding the statistical analysis and mechanism of action in a clinical drug trial; and engineering experience the perfect background to understand complicated medical devices. Cheryl writes journal articles, book chapters, Sales Training workshops, Continuing Medical Education, and Patient Education.