Moving On®: Tools for Breast Cancer Survivors Wins 2007 Freddie Award for Best Health Media on Coping with a Health Problem

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Prestigious medical media award recognizes product excellence in presenting information and helping women address physical, emotional, social and medical needs during and after breast cancer treatment.

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The 2007 Freddiefor medical media material on Coping has been awarded to HealthMark Multimedia's Moving On®: Tools for Breast Cancer Survivors. The interactive CD-ROM focuses on helping breast cancer patients deal with the physical, emotional and medical sequelae of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.

The CD-ROM was judged based on excellence and creativity in content, education, production quality, originality and communication. The FREDDIE Awards, also known as the International Health and Medical Media Awards, is the preeminent competition for health and medical audiovisuals. This award will be presented to HealthMark Multimedia at the 2007 ceremony, November 2, in Philadelphia.

Moving On®: Tools for Breast Cancer Survivors addresses the very real needs that women have in coping with the physical, psychological and social changes that occur with breast cancer treatment. The product represents a unique approach to providing information for cancer patients. Through the use of 22 interactive tools, Moving On® encourages women to create a tailored exercise program, engage in full body relaxation and think about what is important at this time in their life; to address their social and personal concerns and improve their interactions with their loved ones and friends and colleagues; and to take an active role in monitoring their health as breast cancer survivors. Its development was funded with a grant from the National Cancer Institute's Small Business Innovation Research Program.

About the Freddie Awards. The Freddie Awards competition was started in 1974 as the John Muir Medical Film Festival and is now in its 33rd year. The competition's goal is to encourage and celebrate medical and health media excellence and includes feature-length films, documentaries, series, shorts, videos, Web sites and CD-ROMs from all over the world. Freddie Awards are given in 31 categories, including Prevention, Basic and Clinical Science, Men's Health, Women's Health, Caregiving, Community Health, Health and Wellness, Health Education, Coping and Oncology. Entries are rated on five areas: content, education, production quality, originality and communication. Medical and production professionals throughout the country perform the judging. See http://www.thefreddies.com for more information.

About HealthMark Multimedia. HealthMark Multimedia, LLC, a woman-owned business founded in April 1998, uses a combination of graphics, audio, video and text to develop interactive, user-friendly software and Web sites for patients to make treatment and self-care decisions, health care professionals for continuing education, and parents and children to learn about prevention and staying healthy. The company uses a unique network of medical experts, and patients and their family members to review product information so that it is accurate, relevant and useful. HealthMark Multimedia also develops customized multimedia projects for other companies and organizations needing specialized health communications.

Moving On®: Tools for Breast Cancer Survivors may be ordered for $19.95 (individual copies) plus shipping and handling by going to http://www.healthmarkmultimedia.com or by calling toll-free 1-877-722-2255. Multi-copy pricing and professional and organizational licenses are also available. The CD's web-ready interactive tools are available for licensing. For further information about the company or its products, contact HealthMark Multimedia: 1828 L Street, NW, Suite 250, Washington, DC 20036; Telephone: 202-265-0033; Fax: 202-448-6188. HealthMark Multimedia's home page can be found at http://www.HealthMarkMultimedia.com.

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