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/C O R R E C T I O N -- Prof Terje Pedersen, SEAS Study Principal Investigator & Head of Steering Committee/
Date:7/21/2008

In the news release, "Update on the SEAS Study" issued on 21 Jul 2008 07:00 GMT, by Prof Terje Pedersen,SEAS Study Principal Investigator & Head of Steering Committee over PR Newswire, we are advised by a representative of the organisation that the following information has been added to the release:

Satellite coordinates, audio access and URL for webcast:

Satellite:

European Satellite:

AB1 12.5 Deg West

Txp: B6 Lower, Channel 2

DL: 11152.700 V

symbol rate 5.632

FEC 3/4

American Satellite

Domsat:

Galaxy 11 @ 91 degrees west

KU Band: Txp 13, Channel A

DL: 11946.5 H

SYMBOL RATE 5.632

FEC 3/4

Audio access details are as follows:

Telephone number: 0044-207-190-1232

Conference Title: SEAS Study UpDate

Conference ID: 3904345

Please note that the URL to access the live Webcast has changed from: http://clients.mediaondemand.net/pedersen/live.asx to: http://clients.mediaondemand.net/pedersen
Complete, corrected release follows:

Update on the SEAS Study

Satellite coordinates and URL for webcast:

Satellite:

European Satellite:

AB1 12.5 Deg West

Txp: B6 Lower, Channel 2

DL: 11152.700 V

symbol rate 5.632

FEC 3/4

American Satellite

Domsat:

Galaxy 11 @ 91 degrees west

KU Band: Txp 13, Channel A

DL: 11946.5 H

SYMBOL RATE 5.632

FEC 3/4

Audio access details are as follows:

Telephone number: 0044-207-190-1232

Conference Title: SEAS Study UpDate

Conference ID: 3904345

To access the live Webcast please go to: http://clients.mediaondemand.net/pedersen

Professor Terje Pedersen (Ulleval University Hospital, Oslo, Norway), lead investigator for the Simvastatin and Ezetimibe in Aortic Stenosis (SEAS) Study, will provide an update on the study on Monday the 21st July.

Also present in London will be Sir Richard Peto (Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology and Co-director of the Clinical Trials Service Unit, University of Oxford) Professor Rory Collins (BHF Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology at the University of Oxford and Co-director of the Clinical Trials Service Unit) and Professor Ingar Holme, PhD, (Professor of Biostatistics, University of Oslo and Ulleval University Hospital, Oslo, Norway), SEAS steering committee statistician.

The London panel will be joined by Professor Eugene Braunwald (Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School) who will participate via Web link from Boston and Professor Robert M Califf (Professor of Medicine, Head of Duke Clinical Research, Duke University) available via phone link.
You are invited to join us at:

The Hilton London Metropole Hotel,

King Suite (3rd Floor, West Wing),

225 Edgware Road, London W2 1JU

When: 21st July at 5.30pm for a 6pm start, BST There will be a Q&A session after the press announcement. The Q&A session is only available for members of the media.

Prof Terje Pedersen, SEAS Study Principal Investigator & Head of Steering Committee

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Update on the SEAS Study

LONDON, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Professor Terje Pedersen (Ulleval University Hospital, Oslo, Norway), lead investigator for the Simvastatin and Ezetimibe in Aortic Stenosis (SEAS) Study, will provide an update on the study on Monday the 21st July.

Also present in London will be Sir Richard Peto (Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology and Co-director of the Clinical Trials Service Unit, University of Oxford) Professor Rory Collins (BHF Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology at the University of Oxford and Co-director of the Clinical Trials Service Unit) and Professor Ingar Holme, PhD, (Professor of Biostatistics, University of Oslo and Ulleval University Hospital, Oslo, Norway), SEAS steering committee statistician.

The London panel will be joined by Professor Eugene Braunwald (Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School) who will participate via Web link from Boston and Professor Robert M Califf (Professor of Medicine, Head of Duke Clinical Research, Duke University) available via phone link.
You are invited to join us at:

The Hilton London Metropole Hotel,

King Suite (3rd Floor, West Wing),

225 Edgware Road, London W2 1JU

When: 21st July at 5.30pm for a 6pm start, BST

OR

The press conference will be Webcast live, and archived, available at:

http://clients.mediaondemand.net/pedersen/live.asx

http://clients.mediaondemand.net/pedersen/archive.asx Additionally the press conference can be accessed via satellite and full coordinates for USA and Europe will be issued by 1pm BST.

There will be a Q&A session after the press announcement. The Q&A session is only available for members of the media.


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