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CTSI Discovery Radio Wins Silver & Merit in the 37th Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards

CTSI Discovery Radio Wins Silver & Merit in the 37th Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards

The Healthcare Advertising Awards is the oldest, largest and most widely respected healthcare advertising awards competition. The awards are sponsored by Healthcare Marketing Report, the leading publication covering all aspects of healthcare marketing, advertising and strategic business development.

Over 4,200 entries were received this year, making the awards the largest healthcare advertising awards competition and one of the ten largest of all advertising awards.

A national panel of judges reviewed all entries based on creativity, quality, message effectiveness, consumer appeal, graphic design, and overall impact. The judges recognized 24 entrants with the Best of Show designation, for their overall excellence and breakthrough advertising.

CTSI Discovery Radio won a Silver Silver Award for Episode #63 – Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and a Merit Award for Episode #65 – Battling, Treating and Beating Ulcerative Colitis.

Gold awards were given to 341 entries, silver awards to 290 entries, and bronze awards to 240 entries.

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Award Winners

Discovery Radio - Episode #63 - Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

Discovery Radio – Episode #63 – Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

It’s a virus-type so common that almost every male and female in the U.S. will contract some form of it during their lifetime. The good news is, it’s preventable. But, for some, it can have devastating consequences. We’re learning all about the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). And later, we’ll discover a clinical trial that’s showing promising results for treating active HPV infection in women.
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Discovery Radio - Episode #65 - Battling, Treating, and Beating Ulcerative Colitis

Discovery Radio – Episode #65 – Battling, Treating, and Beating Ulcerative Colitis

It’s a chronic inflammatory bowel disease that affects over a million people throughout the U.S. For many, it’s controllable with medication. But, some patients don’t respond to these treatments and require surgery which, in severe cases, can result in removal of the colon. On today’s show, discover hopes for a new medication and a successful surgical procedure for treating Ulcerative Colitis, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!
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