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Life Line Screening Joins the Vascular Disease Foundation as Corporate Partner
Date:12/10/2009

ion and information publications at each of their screening sites which serve over 800,000 clients.

“The marketing and community-based nature of Life Line Screening provides us with high exposure to a critical audience at risk for vascular disease,” said Sheryl Benjamin, Executive Director of VDF. “VDF strives to educate the public about risk factors, symptoms and treatments for vascular disease. Reaching the public is challenging. Life Line Screening, with its marketing expertise and willingness to use its extensive network and resources, will be a powerful partner to help those at risk for vascular disease to seek detection and treatment,” said Benjamin.

“Our sponsorship of the Vascular Disease Foundation demonstrates our continued commitment to public education about vascular diseases. We hope that by combining our resources we can reach even more people and facilitate the dissemination of accurate, potentially life-saving information to those who are often in the dark about vascular health and how to protect it,” said Colin Scully, CEO of Life Line Screening.

Founded in 1998, VDF is the country’s leading nonprofit resource for information and education for the public on the diagnosis and management of vascular disease.

About Life Line Screening
Life Line Screening is the nation’s leading provider of community-based preventive health screenings and has a primary focus on stroke prevention and the early detection of subclinical atherosclerosis.
Highly trained ultrasound teams are on staff to bring preventive screenings to convenient locations in local communities. The company has screened more than 6 million people since 1993. For more information visit lifelinescreening.com or call 1-800-897-9177.

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