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The Right Chemistry

Spectrum is a full-service, health and science communications agency providing best-in-class service to organizations committed to innovating in health care. Our biggest asset is our people – as passionate and excited by your science as you are.

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The Right Approach

Spectrum’s winning approach? Science + Storytelling

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The Right Focus

Our focus on health and science translates to nuanced understanding, established relationships, faster thinking and better outcomes.

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The Right Reach

With global reach and local market expertise, there’s no communications challenge we can’t help you solve.

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Spectrum’s Success Stories
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Our thinking. Our Strategy. Our Results.

Medicare Diabetes Screening Project

Learn how our campaign helped increase enrollment in the program by nearly 40% by using targeted research and media.

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Darby Pearson Vice President

Media expert, strategist and problem-solver. In addition, part of my responsibilities at Spectrum includes managing GLOBALHealthPR, our global network of independent health-focused companies. I really enjoy that aspect of my job. Read More

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We are expert in interpreting complex discoveries, products and missions and relaying your messages in ways that resonate with each audience we address to benefit our clients.

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Sorry We’re Not Sorry

How Facebook really feels about its ‘Emotion Experiment’ In March 2014, researchers employed by Facebook published a study titled “Experimental evidence of massive-scale emotional contagion through social networks,” which proved …

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Ready to Rebrand? Here’s What You Need to Know

Guest blogger Paola de la Barreda of GLOBALHealthPR Mexico partner PRP, explains how rebranding is much more than just a tale of two logos. Read the original post on GHPR’s blog here. When …