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VEINS-BIOENGINEERED

Postby dania » Fri Sep 02, 2011 3:52 pm

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Re: VEINS-BIOENGINEERED

Postby daniel » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:25 am

This seems interesting... would be nice to follow it. I know Dr. Mehta is planning to eventually do vein-bypass type procedures for ccsvi cases
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Re: VEINS-BIOENGINEERED

Postby dania » Thu Sep 08, 2011 4:46 am

This is the last email I got from Carrie cox at Humacyte
cox@humacyte.com

I'm sorry Jan, but we are not in the clinic yet. We hope to start our first human trial next year.

All the best,
Carrie
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Re: VEINS-BIOENGINEERED

Postby dania » Thu Sep 08, 2011 4:51 am

There are veins made at another company that are on the market now. Not bioengineered.
http://www.tayflow.com/
Here is the email I got from them back in February.
Many thanks for your email. We supply ePTFE grafts that have a unique technology which restore natural blood flow. Have you seen our website? www.tayflow.com
If you could let me know where you live, I could put you in touch with the local distributor?

Kind regards,
Katie
tft@tayflow.com
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