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Top honors awarded to web resources from the Endocrine Society

December 17, 2014

Top honors in the Summer/Fall 2014 Web Health Awards Competition have been awarded to two of the Endocrine Society’s consumer health education websites, according to a release from the society.

“We were delighted the Hormone Health Network’s valuable consumer resources were selected as winners in the 2014 Web Health Awards competition,” Susan Kirk, PhD, associate professor at the University of Virginia and member of the Hormone Health Network’s advisory committee, said in the release. “The award validates the Network’s important work providing the latest information on treatment advances and scientific findings to consumers in an understandable format.”

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