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Vincent Salas
For Imaginis Corporation
(512) 750-2816
Email: [email protected]


Women's Online Health Resource Wins Coveted Web Award

GREENVILLE, SC, August 23, 2007 - today announced that it has received the World Wide Web Health Awards seal of quality from the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC). Imaginis received a bronze rating for excellence in providing online patient education information. This is the fourth time that Imaginis has won a WWW Health Award.

The WWW Health Awards program recognizes the best health information Web sites for consumers and professionals. is a comprehensive online resource on breast cancer, cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, and other women's health issues. Imaginis serves a large consumer audience and is a valued resource to medical professionals and health facility administrators. The Web site's recognition is the latest in a series of accolades that fuel the credibility of Imaginis as one of the most sought-after health resources by patients and their families.

"We are honored to receive this award," Imaginis Corporation CEO John H. Molloy said. "Our team is focused on providing current, quality health content and strives to convey the information in a format that is easily readable and understandable. Our goal is to help people make more informed decisions about prevention and treatment," Molloy said.

The HIRC houses a large collection of public and private sector health resources, and promotes the distribution of accurate, timely consumer health information materials to professionals and managers in the field.

About Imaginis
Imaginis Corporation is an independent company that provides reliable and relevant in-depth information on breast cancer and related women's health topics. Its award-winning Web site,, continually provides updated physician-edited health information, and explains complicated medical terms in everyday language to help patients understand options to make informed decisions on prevention and treatment.

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