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Video B-Roll Notification - B-Roll via satellite - What is a thyroid? 70% of Canadians do not know - Some say an object from outer space -- But thyroid disorders are one of the most prevalent diseases in Canada

VIDEO POLL OF STREETERS SHOWS 41% THINK A THYROID IS AN OBJECT UNRELATED TO THE HUMAN BODY, SUCH AS:

  • "SOMETHING THEY TEST FOR AT THE OLYMPICS"
  • "ALIEN CREATURE"
  • "FROM STAR TREK"
  • "FAST-FOOD PLACE IN JAPAN"
  • "LIKE A HEMORRHOID, IT'S IN YOUR BUTT"
  • "ROCK FROM OUTER SPACE "
  • "ITALIAN SPORTS CAR"

FOOTAGE:

1)     Streeters - Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal
2)     Interview - Dr. Wendy Rosenthall (Endocrinology Specialist)
3)     Footage of Dr. and Patient Consultation
4)     Interview - Maggie Richard (Patient with thyroid disorder)
5)     Footage of Patient Taking Medication and Around Home
6)     Interview - Mabel Miller, President, Thyroid Foundation of Canada
7)     Animation # 1 - Demonstrates Anatomy of Thyroid Gland
8)     Animation # 2 - Demonstrates Thyroid Disease Progression
9)     Animation # 3 - Demonstrates Thyroid Under-production of Hormones - Hypothyroidism
10)   Animation # 4 - Microscopic View of Over and Under-production of Thyroid Hormones
11)   Street scene

TORONTO, Dec. 4, 2012 /CNW/ - The B-roll above is available at the following listed times and coordinates:

DATE OF FEED:  Wednesday, December 5, 2012
TIME OF FEED:  11:00 AM - 11.30 AM
COORDINATES: ANIK F2 C03
TRANSPONDER: 3B
D.LINK FREQ: 3820 V
BAND WIDTH: 36

Contact: Norma Meneguzzi Spall, HealthComm (416) 209-1216

For technical information DURING the satellite feed or for assistance with Video On-Demand, please contact CNW at video@newswire.ca or (416) 863-5612.

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CNW VIDEO SERVICES.


SOURCE HealthComm Inc.

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