MM&M’s Platinum award went to teen vaccine advocate Ethan Lindenberger. This year, he made headlines for going against his parents’ beliefs and getting vaccinated at age 18. He was honored for his outstanding contribution to healthcare as a world-renowned vaccine advocate. (MM&M)

The Titanium award for best in show went to The Rape Tax campaign. Made by the National Organization for Victim Assistance and Area 23, the campaign highlights the harsh reality of expensive medical bills that victims of sexual assault have to deal with and connects them with NOVA for help. (MM&M)

Three agencies took home top honors in their categories. Imre Health won gold for small healthcare agency. GCI Health won for midsize healthcare agency. And Area 23 took home the gold for large healthcare agency. 

Marketers from Novartis, Amgen and ReachMD won gold. Novartis’s sickle cell marketing team won gold in the team award, Amgen executive director Carly Baron won marketer of the year and ReachMD’s Crystal Gouldey was named young marketer. 

Check out all of the 2019 award winners. Work from the gold and silver winners and award finalists are live on MM&M.