Taylor-Wharton has announced the launch of its ‘Taylor-Wharton Partners For Life’ Achievement Programme, which will aim to support varying medical research fields each year.
The inaugural ‘Taylor-Wharton Partners For Life’ Campaign aims to support the ongoing challenge of finding a cure for breast cancer.
Luke Bradshaw, CryoScience Sales Manager for the Americas, said in a statement, “As part of our campaign, Taylor-Wharton has produced a specialty-manufactured version of the popular LABS20K cryogenic freezer, incorporating the well-known breast cancer ribbon into the logo.”
“This freezer, with specialty-designed pink accents, will be used for trade shows and other industry events across North America throughout the year.”
Researchers from North America will be asked to submit a narrative on their work to find a cure for breast cancer and how this freezer could benefit the search for a cure. At the end of 2012, Taylor-Wharton will donate the LABS20K freezer, valued at over $22,000.
A panel of six has been selected to determine the most worthy recipient of the LABS20K cryogenic freezer. These panelists consist of six professionals in the cancer research field.
Taylor-Wharton explains that more information will be forthcoming in June 2012, on how to apply and be considered to become a recipient of the LABS 20K cryogenic freezer.
Pennsylvania-based Taylor-Wharton International LLC (TWI) has announced Len York’s appointment as President of Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics LLC (Cryogenics).
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