The Atlantus: This concrete ship was built during the steel shortage of World War I and served her country for one year. She was later purchased by a salvage company to serve as a ferry between Cape May, NJ and Lewes, DE. She broke free from her mooring during a storm and sunk on June 8th, 1926. Exit 1.

GAPP Survey Gets a New Look and New Data

From the NJ Web Designers

May 12, 2006

The GAPP Survey is the first-ever global quantitative survey designed to uncover asthma attitudes and treatment practices among physicians and patients. It identifies and explores key barriers to optimal management and reveals limitations of currently available treatments. Specifically, the areas of medication side effects and compliance, and patient education are explored.

ALTANA Pharma approached Cyber X Designs to create a new look and feel for their GAPP Survey website. They wanted something that was more fun, more eye catching and generally hipper than their very sparse previous design. CXD rose to the challenge with a brighter, fuller look and flash animations to add interest.

The site also incorporates the new 2005 data from the GAPP Survey divided into three easily navigable sections, one for healthcare providers, one for patients and caregivers and one for the media.

View the GAPPsurvey.org website to learn more about the Global Asthma Physician and Patient Survey.

Exit 131: The lightbulb, phonograph, and motion picture projector were invented by Thomas Edison in his Menlo Park laboratory.