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Quincy Bioscience Launches the Second E-Book of the Making Memories Series

Presenting the Latest Edition of the ‘Making Memories’ E-Booklet Series That Provides Tips for Capturing Memories of a New Grandchild

42906_a11c73deb0eb7898-1367930096MADISON, WI–(Marketwired – July 31, 2014) – Quincy Bioscience, a fast-growing biotech company in Madison, Wis. and creators of brain health supplement Prevagen®, releases the second edition of the Making Memories e-booklet series – 10 Marvelous Tips for Making Memories: Birth of a Grandchild.

The Prevagen-sponsored e-book is a complimentary resource that offers exceptional memory-making tips and ideas for grandparents to utilize during the precious moments that follow the birth of a grandchild. Each concept published in the e-book read more…

Prevagen® Receives 2014 Vity Award for the Best Brain Support Formula

Apoaequorin-based memory supplement, created by Quincy Bioscience, wins its third Vity Award for the industry’s top-selling product by retailers.

gI_73142_qbQuincy Bioscience, a biotechnology company located in Madison, Wis., is proud to announce that Prevagen® is the 2014 recipient of the Vity Award for the best brain support formula.

Vity Awards are given each year by Vitamin Retailer magazine, the leading trade publication in the vitamin/supplement industry. Awards are voted on by retailer readers across the country.

“We are thrilled that Prevagen is a three-time Vity Award winner for the best brain support supplement,” said Mark Underwood, president and co-founder read more…

Prevagen Launches “Trip Down Memory Lane” YouTube Videos Series

Madison, WI (March 2014) – Quincy Bioscience, named one of the nation’s fastest-growing companies by the Inc. 5000 list, reveals the launch of unique “Trip Down Memory Lane” video series which is offered on the Prevagen® YouTube channel and available to e-mail subscribers of the Jellyfish Times, a weekly brain health newsletter.

This mind-enhancing video series is an enjoyable way for viewers, particularly baby boomers, to jog memory and nurture feelings of nostalgia which has been shown to promote healthy brain function. All videos feature Teri Barr, former investigative television news journalist, who discusses a specific person or read more…

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