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The Importance of Clinical Trials

By Thomas E. Serena MD, FACS, FACHM, FAPWCA

Editor's note:This blog post is part of the WoundSource Trending Topics series, bringing you insight into the latest clinical issues and advancement in wound management, with contributions by the WoundSource Editorial Advisory Board.

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Marietta, GA – October 11, 2017 – MiMedx Group, Inc.. (NASDAQ: MDXG), a leading biopharmaceutical company developing and marketing regenerative and therapeutic biologics utilizing human placental tissue allografts with patent-protected processes for multiple sectors of healthcare, announced today that the latest peer-reviewed clinical study of MiMedx dehydrated human amnion/chorion membrane ("dHACM") allografts has been published in the International Wound Journal.

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Wound Care Clinical Trials

By Thomas E. Serena MD, FACS, FACHM, FAPWCA

A recent article by Kaiser Health News misquoted me as saying that we enroll only "healthy" patients in our clinical trials. At moments like this, one feels that something has been overlooked. One of my research coordinators, recalling the serious adverse events (SAEs) of the previous week said, "The only patients sicker than ours are underground."

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Canton, MA – March 27, 2017Organogenesis Inc., a global leader in advanced wound care innovations and technologies, today announced the launch of a PuraPly™ Antimicrobial (PuraPly™ AM) clinical research program which will comprise multiple studies and a nationwide patient registry.

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clinical research in wound care

by Thomas E. Serena, MD, FACS, FACHM, FAPWCA

"Oh, keep the dog far hence that's friend to man."
-T.S. Eliot, The Waste Land

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Providence, RI – August 19, 2016 – The Wound Healing Foundation (WHF), through the support of Medline Industries, is pleased to announce the creation of a new grant, the WHF Hyaluronic Acid Wound Healing Research Grant for the year 2016. This one-year $15,000 research grant is to stimulate research about hyaluronic acid in wound healing. Study proposals may include in vitro, in vivo, and/or clinical based studies. Interested candidates meeting the grant requirements should submit their proposals by September 19, 2016.

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Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine Journal Review Club
Editor's note: This post is part of the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine (TUSPM) journal review club blog series. In each blog post, a TUSPM student will review a journal article relevant to wound management and related topics and provide their evaluation of the clinical research therein.