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Life wins seven Rx Club Awards

Agency raises its profile in the US with success at New York ceremony

Life Stamp Out Gout v2

UK-based agency, Life is celebrating a win of seven awards at this year's prestigious Rx Club Awards showcasing excellence in healthcare advertising.

The agency was awarded a Silver in the Interactive category for their patient support and healthcare professional website, StampOutGout.co.uk for client A. Menarini Pharma. It also picked up six Awards of Excellence in the print category for clients Galderma and Abbott, and for agency self-promotion.

Established in 2000, independent agency Life has had a strong year and has made several new hires. The company's CEO, Juliet La Marque started out in pharma sales and branding for Pfizer and Roche, before spending eight years at ICC Lowe as client services director.

Over 130 agencies worldwide submitted entries for this year's Rx Club judging. A total of nine Gold and 26 Silver awards were made, across print, video, interactive and integrated categories.

Winning work from all categories was displayed at the Manhattan special events space, the Metropolitan Pavilion in Greenwich Village, New York.

19th December 2012

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