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Pittsburgh-based BIOSAFE Receives EPA Registration and Enters Into Commercialization Agreement with Union Springs Pharmaceuticals
Date:12/14/2010

sed EPA-approved antimicrobial for extra protection, and ExtendaClyns, a non-alcohol based hand sanitizer, that kills 99.9 percent of germs that doesn't dry out hands and skin, and offers long-lasting effect.  More information on Union Springs Pharmaceuticals and its products can be found at www.MyClyns.com.


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