BioNews Staff Writer Hawken Miller 1 of 25 Selected for Prestigious Rare Disease Journalism Fellowship From National Press Foundation

 Sept. 13, 2022 - Pensacola, Fla: BioNews announced today that Hawken Miller, a staff writer and columnist on its website Muscular Dystrophy News Today, is the recipient of a Rare Disease Journalism Fellowship by the National Press Foundation (NPF). Miller was selected as one of just four Americans for the prestigious fellowship aimed at providing professional development opportunities for journalists covering rare diseases. Miller, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a rare disease itself, was selected along with 24 other journalists throughout the world to take part in the program.  “Learning about collaborative research and data-driven science is important for the rare disease community and the broader public. It is ultimately the future of medicine and will affect everyone,” Miller...

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BioNews Named Finalist by Medical Marketing & Media (MM&M) for ‘2021 Best Healthcare Consumer Media Brand’

BioNews garnered its first nomination from MM&M in recognition of its insider’s approach to rare disease media and marketing. August 29, 2022 BioNews announced it has been named a finalist in the 2021 Medical Marketing & Media Awards (MM&M) in the category of Best Healthcare Consumer Media Brand with its entry entitled “BioNews Adopts Insider Approach to Content Development to Help People with Rare.” More than 90 health media and advertising  judges narrowed down the hundreds of entries to a select top few based on a series of rigorous criteria. The Best Healthcare Consumer Media Brand category is aimed at recognizing consumer health websites that publish health information and resources. BioNews’ submission focuses on delivering science and data-based information for people...

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