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Panel to Discuss the Far-Ranging Effects and Consequences of Heart Disease, Which is the Leading Killer in Both Men and Women in the United States
Date:9/14/2007

CHARLIE ROSE SCIENCE SERIES Episode #9 - HEART DISEASE September 19, 2007

NEW YORK, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by Pfizer Inc:

WHAT: The upcoming episode of the Charlie Rose Science Series will

discuss the global burden of cardiovascular disease, the leading

cause of mortality worldwide. A panel of experts will explore the

biology and genetics of the disease, prevention and treatment, the

development of medical, surgical and interventional therapies, and

steps individuals can take toward a heart-healthy lifestyle.

WHO: Guests will include:

-- Steven E. Nissen, MD, MACC, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic

Department of Cardiovascular Medicine

-- Lori Mosca, MD, MPH, PhD, Director of Preventive Cardiology, New

York Presbyterian Hospital

-- Harlan Krumholz, MD, Harold H. Hines Junior Professor of Medicine

and Epidemiology and Public Health, Yale University School of

Medicine

-- Lance Becker, MD, Director of the Center for Resuscitation

Science at the University of Pennsylvania

WHEN: Begins Airing on September 19, 2007 on PBS stations. Check your

local PBS listings for show times.

DESCRIPTION:

The Charlie Rose Science Series sponsored by Pfizer Inc is an exploration of modern advances in scientific research, their contribution to our understanding of the world around us, and how science breakthroughs can be applied to improving human health.

Charlie Rose is joined in this effort by his co-host, Sir Paul Nurse, PhD, Nobel Laureate and President of Rockefeller University.

As a world leader in research and development, Pfizer is committed to increasing public understanding of science and science education. For more information about The Charlie Rose Science Series or to watch clips from past episodes, please visit http://www.charlierose.com.


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