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Channel Medsystems Receives Health Canada Approval to Begin Clinical Evaluation of its Innovative Procedure for Heavy Menstrual Bleeding; Hires Mary Edwards as Senior Vice President, Clinical and Regulatory Affairs.
Date:11/11/2013

well-tolerated under minimal anesthesia.  We believe our innovative delivery of cryothermic energy provides an excellent platform to treat heavy menstrual bleeding and we are excited to validate this application in our CRYSTAL clinical trial. Ultimately, we believe our technology will accelerate the transition of GEA procedures into the office setting, which in turn should translate into significant cost reductions for the healthcare system," said Ric Cote, President and CEO of Channel Medsystems.

Channel Medsystems also announced it has hired Mary Edwards, one of the top clinical and regulatory experts in the field of women's health, to run its North American trial and to serve as the Company's Senior Vice President of Clinical and Regulatory Affairs.  "Throughout my career, I have been a passionate advocate for technologies and procedures that benefit women," said Ms. Edwards.  "Our technology couples the gentle and safe profile of cryothermic energy with an intelligent system that supports precision and ease of use.  I am excited to be in a position where I can help bring a much-needed innovation to women suffering with heavy menstrual bleeding."

About the Cryothermic Technology Platform: Channel Medsystems' novel cryothermic technology and streamlined delivery system were developed with feedback from leading clinicians and biomedical engineers at the healthcare incubator, Theranova. The technology integrates cryothermic energy and the user controls into a self-contained, hand held device, eliminating the need for a separate control unit or capital equipment. 

About Channel Medsystems:  Channel Medsystems is a venture-backed company that was founded to bring innovation to the delivery of women's healthcare. The Company strives to develop treatments to meet the unique needs of female patients and the high standards of their healthcare providers. Channel M
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