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Scope wins a Web Health Award

The Health Information Resource Center just announced on Twitter the recipients of the Web Health Awards - and Scope has received a Bronze in the blog category.

The awards were created to "recognize high-quality electronic health information"; a full list of winners will be available later today here.

We thank the Health Information Resource Center and its judges for this honor!

Previously: Scope wins a 2010 Excellence in New Communications Award, Scope wins 2010 Health and Life Medical Blog Award and Scope named "Best New Medical Weblog" in the Medgadget Medical Weblog Awards

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