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Momentum Women(TM) Honors Patricia Scheller of Prescient Medical for Commitment to Promoting Cardiovascular Disease Awareness
Date:3/25/2009

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. and NEW YORK, March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Prescient Medical is pleased to announce that CESLIE - The Women's Network(TM) will co-host a Momentum Women(TM) award event honoring Patricia Scheller, Chief Executive Officer of Prescient Medical, for her success in business, contribution to advances in healthcare, and dedication to the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Alexandra J. Lansky, MD, Roxana Mehran, MD, Jutta Sayles, Cynthia Ekberg Tsai, Jennifer K. Zimmons, Ph.D., and editor-in-chief Ceslie Armstrong will host the cocktail soiree and networking event with members of Momentum Women(TM), a distinguished group of business leaders, at The World Bar, 845 United Nations Plaza in New York City on Tuesday, March 31, 2009 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

"Ms. Scheller's commitment to improving healthcare spans more than 25 years. Her professional and personal dedication to the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease has been a driving force in improving patient care," commented Alexandra J. Lansky, MD, Director of the Women's Heart Health Initiative at the Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF). "At CRF we have been focused on research and education for all types of cardiovascular disease (CVD). One of the objectives of our Women's Heart Health Initiative is to develop educational programs for women on the prevalence of CVD and enlighten them as to the effectiveness of various therapies. This Momentum Women event is an excellent venue for relaying cardiovascular information to other like-minded women dedicated to enhancing their health as well as their careers."

"This fete for Pat is very timely, coming at the beginning of spring, a time of new beginnings and new awareness. Acknowledging Pat and her dedication to developing technologies that reduce deaths from heart attacks will raise awareness of cardiovascular disease, particularly in women, amon
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