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Broadcast in Association With CHEST 2005, 71st Annual International Scientific Assembly, Sunday, Oct. 30

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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The Group Room -- the nationally

syndicated radio call-in cancer talk show -- will air a special lung cancer

broadcast in association with CHEST 2005, the 71st Annual International

Scientific Assembly of the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP) on

Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005.

The Group Room is produced by Vital Options International and airs on

Sundays from 4-6pm ET/1-3pm PT on select radio stations throughout the United

States, on XM Satellite Radio's Ask! 165 Channel, and Internet simulcast at

http://www.vitaloptions.org, where past shows are also archived.

This special lung cancer broadcast is sponsored by The CHEST Foundation,

the philanthropic arm of the ACCP and will address the latest detection and

treatment advances in lung cancer and will include an update on the ACCP Lung

Cancer Guidelines released in 2003. The program will feature:

* Darcy D. Marciniuk, MD, FCCP, Co-Chair of the CHEST 2005 Program

Committee, Respiratory Medicine & TB Control Division, Royal

University Hospital, Saskatoon, SK, Canada;

* James R. Jett, MD, FCCP, Thoracic Diseases, Mayo Clinic,

Rochester, MD;

* Mark A. Socinski, MD, FCCP, Division of Hematology-Oncology,

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill School of Medicine; and

* John A. Howington, MD, FCCP, Division of Thoracic Surgery, University

of Cincinnati;

"Lung cancer is a complex disease, biologically as well as emotionally.

Advances are being made and The CHEST Foundation is enormously committed to

raising patient awareness and working on behalf of patient advocacy. Vital

Options International values this annual partnership with The Chest Foundation

and the American College of Chest Physicians in support of the more than

170,000 people in the US diagnosed with lung cancer each year," said Selma R.

Schimmel, Founder and CEO of Vital Options International.

"The CHEST Foundation is pleased to sponsor this special lung cancer

broadcast of The Group Room. An integrated discussion about this serious

disease will help to bring the latest research findings in lung cancer

directly to patients throughout the world and allow patients and others to

hear first hand from prominent lung cancer experts," said Dr. Marciniuk.

CHEST 2005 is the 71st annual international scientific assembly of the

American College of Chest Physicians, held October 29-November 3 in Montreal.

ACCP represents 16,000 members who provide clinical respiratory, critical

care, sleep, and cardiothoracic patient care in the United States and

throughout the world. The ACCP's mission is to promote the prevention and

treatment of diseases of the chest through leadership, education, research,

and communication. For more information about the ACCP, please visit the ACCP

Web site at http://www.chestnet.org.

Founded in 1996, The CHEST Foundation focuses on education and disease

prevention in four key areas: tobacco cessation and prevention, critical care,

end-of-life issues, and awards for research and community service. By giving

life to projects in local communities and around the world, with special

emphasis directed to those who can least afford it, The Foundation enables the

ACCP to realize its vision of being the leading resource for the improvement

in cardiopulmonary health and critical care worldwide. For more information

about The CHEST Foundation, please visit http://www.chestfoundation.org.

Founded in 1983, Vital Options was the first national organization to

singularly focus on young adults with cancer. In 1993, Vital Options expanded

its work into cancer communications, serving patients of all ages. Today,

Vital Options is an international not-for-profit cancer communications,

advocacy and support organization, headquartered in Southern California.

The CHEST Foundation Contact: Jennifer Stawarz,

Tel.: (847) 498-8306, jstawarz@chestnet.org

Vital OptionsĀ® International Contact:

Juliana Lee,

Tel.: (818) 508-5657, jlee@vitaloptions.org

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