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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NEW PARTNERSHIP PROVIDES VALUABLE RESOURCE TO R.T.S
ASRT Strikes Deal with Imaginis
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, January 31, 2005 -The American Society of Radiologic Technologists announced today a partnership agreement with Imaginis Corporation that will provide radiologic technologists and radiation therapists direct access to scientific and patient care information for women's health.
The ASRT has provided a direct link from its Web site to the Imaginis Web site for technologists to use or to refer their patients to for information about various cancers and their treatment, hormone replacement therapy, heart disease, osteoporosis and breast health. Patient information is available through ASRT's Web site www.asrt.org by selecting the "ASRT for the Public" menu option, which also provides links directly to Imaginis' Web site www.imaginis.com.
"Our partnership with the ASRT extends the reach of Imaginis and the wealth of women's health information that we provide directly to patients," Imaginis Chief Executive Officer John H. Molloy said. "Radiologic technologists can now leverage Imaginis.com as a value-added resource for themselves and to provide to their patients."
"The amount of information available at Imaginis is astounding," said Joan Parsons, ASRT executive vice president and chief customer officer. "Patients and technologists now have a greater body of resources to help understand procedures and exams."
Imaginis Corporation is an independent company that provides reliable and relevant in-depth information on breast cancer and related women's health topics. Its award-winning Web site, www.imaginis.com, continually provides updated physician-edited health information, and explains complicated medical terms in everyday language to help patients understand options to make informed decisions on prevention and treatment.
The ASRT is an Albuquerque-based association representing more than 116,000 members nationwide who perform medical diagnostic imaging procedures or plan and deliver radiation therapy. The Society is the largest radiologic science organization in the world.
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