Taylor-Wharton is pleased to announce the application process for its Partners For Life Giveaway Campaign, which will support various medical research fields each year.

The campaign was created to support the ongoing challenge of finding a cure for breast cancer.

Luke Bradshaw, CryoScience Sales Manager for the Americas, stated, “As part of our campaign, Taylor-Wharton has produced a specialty-manufactured version of the popular LABS20K cryogenic freezer, incorporating the well-known pink breast cancer ribbon into the logo.”

“This freezer, with specialty-designed pink accents, will be displayed at trade shows and other industry events across North America throughout the year before being awarded to a deserving applicant in the field of breast cancer research.”

added Luke Bradshaw.

Biorepositories, researchers, and labs across North America are encouraged to provide a description of their work to find a cure for breast cancer via this application form.  The deadline to enter is September 16th 2012.

In the application form, applicants are asked to provide a brief overview of their program, mission, focus, and several other elements of their research including how a cryogenic freezer is important to their work.

A panel of six professionals in the cancer research and fundraising field has been selected to determine the most worthy recipient of the LABS20K cryogenic freezer.  At the end of 2012, Taylor-Wharton will donate the LABS20K freezer, valued at more than $22,000, to the winning applicant.