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Scope named "Best New Medical Weblog" in the Medgadget Medical Weblog Awards

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We are pleased to announce that Scope has been awarded the title of "Best New Medical Weblog" in the Medgadget Medical Weblog Awards. Medgadget established the contest six years ago to highlight the best writers in the medical blogosphere. The competition was sponsored by Epocrates.

From today's announcement:

Winning in this year's Best New Medical Weblog category is Stanford Medical School's SCOPE blog. Edited by the school's staff writers, SCOPE covers medical news with a slightly academic angle, laced with a bit of opinion from a savvy group. We'd like to welcome these excellent writers to the medblog community, and we hope they will continue in the same spirit for years to come.

We sincerely thank our readers and the editors of Medgadget for this honor.

Previously: Scope is a Medgadget 2009 Medical Weblog Award finalist

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