SharedBook and CarePages Introduce the CarePages Keepsake Book

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CarePages.com offers free, personal, private Web pages that help family and friends communicate when someone is hospitalized or receiving care. Members of the online health care community can now easily preserve the outpouring of support they receive during the treatment experience in a professionally-printed CarePages Keepsake Book.

CarePages Keepsake Book

It has been an amazing way to communicate and since then, many people have followed our progress with intense interest. Creating a CarePages Keepsake Book after such a long process is the only way we could think to preserve the thoughts, not only for ourselves, but for our son to have when he is old enough to understand.

SharedBook Inc., the Reverse Publishing Platform provider, and CarePages, Inc., the leading Internet service for building online health communities, have introduced the CarePages Keepsake Book, a quick and easy way for CarePages.com members to retain their user-generated Web site content in printed book format.

The CarePages Keepsake Book is being offered in direct response to member requests to publish the health updates, photographs and encouraging messages that are posted in their online CarePages.com communities in a format that can be referenced for years to come.

With just one click, CarePages.com members can now flow any content that has been posted on the patient's CarePages.com site -- message board comments, updates regarding care and prognosis and photos from the gallery -- into a CarePages Keepsake Book that can be purchased immediately, or personalized further. In personalizing, CarePages.com users can edit the content, contribute additional stories and photos and invite others to share in the book making experience if they choose.

"When our son was first diagnosed with Burkitt's Lymphoma, we started a CarePage to keep friends and family informed," said Deira G., Arlington, Mass. "It has been an amazing way to communicate and since then, many people have followed our progress with intense interest. Creating a CarePages Keepsake Book after such a long process is the only way we could think to preserve the thoughts, not only for ourselves, but for our son to have when he is old enough to understand."

Pricing for the CarePages Keepsake Book begins at $34.95 for softcover and $49.95 for hardcover. This includes a full-color 20-page book and a readable flipbook version of the book that can be virally distributed, plus free shipping of the printed version.

For more information, please visit http://www.carepages.sharedbook.com.

About SharedBook:
SharedBook Inc. is a technology company that specializes in integrating and publishing data from various sources into a structured book product that can sit as a flipbook on the Internet or be professionally printed. SharedBook partners include AYSO® Soccer, Boston Symphony Orchestra, The Canyons Resort, CarePages, Inc. (a division of Revolution Health Group), Cruise West Cruise Lines, 4-H, Legacy.com, Little League International®, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Sportography, Inc., Steamboat Ski Resort, 30 Minute Photos Etc., USA Football, XOS Technologies, Inc., and Yosemite. For more information, please go to http://www.sharedbook.com or http://blog.sharedbook.com.

About CarePages, Inc.:
CarePages.com is the first site dedicated solely to helping people cope with the emotional difficulties caused by a health event. Millions of CarePages.com members have used its free, patient-centric web pages to communicate and connect with each other, plus its unique resources to guide them through the experience. In addition, customized CarePages are offered by more than 550 U.S. and Canadian healthcare facilities. CarePages, Inc. is part of Revolution Health Group LLC, whose goal is to empower people to take control of their health care. Together, the services address both their emotional and informational health care needs. For more information, please visit http://www.carepagesinc.com.

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