Life Sciences

Life Sciences


Creating Life

One of life’s great miracles is the beginning of a new life. For some, having children is an ultimate goal in their own life-progression. Yet for people who are not able to conceive traditionally, the situation can seem dire and emotions in feeling unable to reproduce can feel devastating.

Through translation we have the ability to find commonality in human experiences, and share them across different cultures. That is why we, as a global communications company, created the #CSOFTStrong campaign, to showcase human compassion, perseverance, and solidarity from all over the world as we face a common enemy.

We are dedicated to industry-standard knowledge and quality

Helping You Globalize
the Right Way

CSOFT’s experienced and dedicated global regulatory submission specialists help companies comply with these demanding multilingual documentation requirements for submissions while providing the highest linguistic quality

We can help you attain the appropriate, accurate, and sustainable compliance required throughout the entire submission process. We ensure our clients receive the necessary certifications to successfully enter emerging markets.

Medical Translation with a Focus on Precision

Our translation solutions are intended for document types relating to every stage of product development life cycle.

Quality in translation is extremely important, but within the life sciences industry, incorrect translations could literally be life threatening. We use industry-standard processes, however, we also offer flexibility for each customer to allow for their companies’ success, no matter the process.

The Power of Linguistic Expertise

Right Tools. Right Resources

Tools we use

CAT Tools: Trados, MemoQ, Transifex, Smartling, WordServer)

We translate all document types (ai., doc., pdf., ppt., xlx., css., php., html., xml., mml., txt., mpg., mov., zip., psd., and more)

Linguists we hire

Our native in-country subject-matter experts with at least 7 years’ experience go through a a rigorous certification process and are guided with customer experience surveys

Methodologies we employ

Customized solutions
Translation Memory
Style Guides & Glossary

CSOFT works extensively with medical professionals who are dedicated to prevalent therapeutic areas
  • Cardiology
  • Dental
  • Dermatology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Genetic Disease
  • Hematology
  • Hepatology
  • Immunology
  • Infections
  • Neurology
  • Oncology
  • Orthopedics
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychology
  • Rare Diseases
  • Women’s Health

Who We Are

CSOFT Health Sciences provides end-to-end medical translations for all phases of the product lifecycle, from pre-clinical to post-launch. We also specialize in market access consulting and CTD/eCTD submissions with the FDA, EMA, and NMPA.

Our operations are compliant with ISO 17100 and certified in ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 13485:2016, ensuring our customized solutions meet the rigorous regulatory requirements of global submissions.

Industries we serve








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CSOFT life science blog aims to provide a better understanding of complex diseases, and regulatory policies from conducting experiments to introducing new type of drugs into the market.

Regulation of Medical Devices: The Need for Global Harmonization

The medical device industry is one of the most complex and rapidly evolving sectors of the health sciences field. Dynamic innovation in medical devices has helped better healthcare both in terms of people’s quality of life and their longevity; however, while the value...

What Does Stress Do To Our Body?

This article is part 1 of a mini-series focusing on how the body reacts to stressors. This installment looks at the physiological reaction to stress and how this can impact a person’s overall health. Have you ever thought about what stress could do to your body? You...

China Creating a Framework on Real-World Evidence

Purpose of Real-World Evidence/Real-World Data To test new treatments, pharmaceutical companies adopt a method called "Randomized Controlled Trial" (RCT). There are two design groups within a trial. Participants from the "Randomized" group are chosen...