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September 12th, 2007

Award-winning nanomedicine animation video

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Hybrid Medical Animation announced today that it took home two platinum best of show and two gold at this year's Aurora Awards. This is the second consecutive year the Minneapolis-based animation studio has been given the top honor.

Three of four Auroras this year came from the "Use of Special Effects/ Animation" category. The platinum winner from this category, "Rexin-G Mechanism of Action", was created for Epeius Biotechnologies Corporation. The animation depicts the molecular mechanisms of its revolutionary Rexin-G cancer therapy.

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