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Intent is nothing without action. Scroll through to check out some of the partners we are working with to make a difference in everything from oncology to flu prevention. For more of our exciting work and impactful programs, take a closer look at our case studies.


Global Cross-Therapeutic Communications for R&D, Commercial Milestones and Patient Initiatives

Parkinson's Foundation

Strategic Communications to Educate and Empower the Parkinson’s Community


Elevating Disease Awareness and Product Milestones Across Global Asthma Community


Providing Strategic Counsel and Message Training to Support Migraine Advocacy Community

The Carter Center

Behavior Change Communications to Support Guinea Worm Disease Eradication


Engaging Employees and External Stakeholders Around its Hospital Business Unit


Using Patient and Influencer Storytelling to Establish Leadership in Reproductive Health and the Microbiome


Building Corporate Reputation and Addressing Unmet Need in a Rare Disease Community

Novo Nordisk

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My Life, Our Future

Increasing Access to Genetic Testing to Drive Progress in a Rare Disease Community

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Using Storytelling to Engage and Educate Consumers and HCPs on Hyperkalemia

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World Federation of Hemophilia

Increasing Global Engagement to Advance Future of Hemophilia Care

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The Rockefeller Foundation

Elevating Understanding and Acceptance of the Field of Planetary Health


Executing Programs to Benefit and Strengthen Patient Communities in Specific Rare Diseases

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CDC Foundation

Forging Cross-Sector Partnerships and Developing Communications to Advance the Mission of the CDC Foundation

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We Are Africa United

Leveraging Sport to Create Behavior Change

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Driving US Education and Awareness on the Importance of Flu Vaccination

Laughter On Call

Driving Brand Awareness to Reshape the Narrative Around Alzheimer’s Disease and Care