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Keiretsu Forum Mid-Atlantic Launches July Four-City Road Show
Date:7/19/2013

nd vetted by industry specialists. About 10 are then vetted by members at monthly screening meetings where they participate in a highly structured presentation-and-feedback-learning session. Four to five of the screened companies are then invited to present at subsequent monthly Forum meetings. Entrepreneurs invited to move forward to the Forum meetings must participate in mandatory professional coaching sessions to optimize the delivery of their presentations and also agree to participate in the road show to all four cities in the region, with exposure to approximately100 investors. Subsequently, information about their companies is posted on the organization’s online global deal room for reference by all 900+ members. For global information visit: http://www.KeiretsuForum.com.

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Carmell Therapeutics, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – uses a concentration of the body’s own regenerative factors to develop ready-to-use products that promote healing, reduce complications, and save healthcare costs. The first product is a bone putty to treat traumatic bone injuries, accelerating healing of not only the fracture site but also the surrounding soft tissues. Unlike competitive approaches, these products are safe, consistent and inexpensive – unique for the industry. Because the materials are manufactured at low temperatures, heat sensitive drugs such as antibiotics and analgesics can be added, resulting in a product that not only jump starts healing but also combats infections. Carmell is developing a complementary line of products to treat musculoskeletal injuries.

Codex Therapeutics, Parsippany, New Jersey – is currently focused on the preclinical development of its leading drug candidate CT-115, a topical gel which has shown potent efficacy in the FDA’s assessment criteria of 100 percent wound healing inc
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