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The Scoop – Happy 20th Gia | New Breast Cancer Treatment | Wear Red Day February 6, 2015

Filed under: Corporate — CMI/Compas @ 5:07 pm

Yesterday we had the honor of celebrating EVP Commercial Excellence Gia Mauriello’s 20th anniversary with CMI/Compas – 20 amazing years of getting to work with this brilliant, kind and creative expert. We are so lucky! Our Facebook page has photos from the cross-agency party. Please join me in congratulating Gia!

Pfizer has received early FDA approval for its new breast cancer treatment that seems like it may shake things up. Thanks to SEO Supervisor Michael Ranalli for this story.

Beyond the pill? Under Armour plans to purchase health app MyFitnessPal.

When parents decide not to vaccinate their children, how do pediatricians react? One reporter found they tend to blame themselves for not being convincing or trustworthy enough to get the parents to agree to vaccinate.

We’re wearing red today in support of heart disease awareness and making donations to the American Heart Association. Join us and upload your red photo to our Facebook page.

Mark Longacre, Associate Media Planner, shared this article on the rumor that Google may be competing with Uber in the ride-sharing space, noting “I thought it had really interesting implications for healthcare (think ambulance-type vehicles that roam areas that are heavily populated with older demographics or super rural areas for even faster responses).”

Happy Friday and have a glorious weekend.

-Carly Kuper, VP, Strategic Marketing & Corporate Communications


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