GHP Magazine Announces the Winners of the 2020 International Life Science Awards

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United Kingdom, 2020– GHP Magazine has announced the winners of the International Life Science Awards 2020.

It’s hard to imagine overestimating the importance of the healthcare and life sciences industries this year of all years. The reality of the greater business landscape has been revealed to hold a certain reliance on the success and expertise of healthcare, medicine and pharmaceuticals. Take the Coronavirus pandemic: while we do what we can to carry on in the business world, we wait with bated breath for some relief from the life sciences sector. We’ve seen, in shocking relief, that healthcare forms a cornerstone of modern society. Its importance is truly unparalleled.

With 2020 as an effective backdrop, this year’s International Life Sciences programme takes on a new importance. To stop and recognise those who help, not just this year, but every day to keep the world turning. People going to work. People living. 

GHP Magazine, as always, endeavours to recognise those that are going above and beyond, or indeed, the businesses that are making meaningful steps forward, no matter how small they might seem on the greater landscape. That’s why we launched our awards programme, and why we continue to spotlight the work of exceptional companies and individuals.

Awards Co-ordinator Jessie Wilson commented on the success of these deserving winners: “GHP magazine is delighted to announce the publication of the International Life Science Awards for its fifth consecutive year. I offer my heartfelt congratulations to all of the winners, and I hope you all have a fantastic 2021 ahead.”

To find out more about these leading lights and discover what has led them to becoming who they are today, please visit http://www.ghp-news.com/ to access our winners supplement.



About GHP Magazine

Global Health and Pharma magazine is a global information sharing platform & a multi-disciplinary member’s community. The publication was established to enhance communication networks & collaboration across all themes and disciplines within three main categories; Human, Animal & Environmental Health.

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