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Custom Briefings Launches E-Newsletter for the American Society of Clinical Oncology
Date:5/8/2009

RESTON, Va., May 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Custom Briefings network of Bulletin News, LLC, announced today the launch of Daily Cancer News, a daily e-newsletter produced solely for the members of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). Daily Cancer News is emailed Monday through Friday to more than 20,000 ASCO members -- physicians and health care professionals dedicated to the prevention, treatment and care of people living with cancer.

Daily Cancer News delivers customized news content to ASCO members, keeping them abreast of key developments in their area of practice. The topics covered in the briefing include general cancer news, law, as well as important issues of relevance to the practice of oncology.

Paul Roellig, CEO of Bulletin News said, "We're very pleased to be working with ASCO on Daily Cancer News. Our goal is to support ASCO members with the most relevant, timely and comprehensive selection of medical-related content available."

Daily Cancer News joins a network of medical briefings that reach over 450,000 medical professionals daily. With an overall daily audience of over one million, the Custom Briefings network of e-newsletters provides highly-targeted vehicles for advertisers to reach top professionals in the fields of engineering, education, law, business, and healthcare.

About Bulletin News

Bulletin News, LLC, is a quiet leader in delivering customized business and political intelligence to top-level corporate and government decision makers. Founded in 1990 as a pioneer in the electronic publishing industry, privately-held Bulletin News has been profitable each year since.

The Custom Briefings network of e-newsletters delivers daily, executive-level news briefings to influential and affluent members of leading professional associations. Briefings are prepared overnight and published by 8:00 a.m. daily, analyzing content from over 10,000 sources, including TV, radio, and national and local print sources. The influential audience is comprised of physicians, attorneys, CEOs, government executives, and educators -- all professionals at the tops of their fields and with notable purchasing influence. Briefings are advertiser-supported.

For more information on Custom Briefings, visit CustomBriefings.com


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