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The University of Arizona College of Medicine and OmegaGenesis Announce Collaboration Agreement to Address Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Date:4/6/2009

>College of Medicine and SALSA

The Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) at the University of Arizona College of Medicine is dedicated to amputation prevention and healing in persons with diabetes. Its mission is to advance current knowledge regarding assessment and treatment of the diabetic foot and its related diseases/complications, which include ulceration, infection, peripheral vascular disease, neuropathic arthropathy and amputation.

Furthermore, the alliance assesses the impact of these maladies on society and, commensurately, the impact of potential treatments or assessment techniques. SALSA seeks to deliver practical clinical solutions to clinicians and their patients in the developed and developing world.

About OmegaGenesis

OmegaGenesis, Inc., is a nanotechnology company based in California and Minnesota. The company is the market innovator in nanotechnology-based angiogenesis and imaging solutions. Its solutions promote the growth of new blood vessels where needed to improve human health.

The company was founded in 2008 to bring Mayo Clinic-proprietary nanomaterial technology to the marketplace. The technology and products are based on the idea that controlling blood-vessel growth will improve human body management for a diverse set of medical applications, ranging from common wound healing to tissue reactivation.

OmegaGenesis is the pioneer in using nutrient enhancement through new capillary growth to heal wounds and activate dormant cells. Its research has led to production of nano-scale materials that work on the cellular and sub-cellular level to promote or inhibit angiogenesis, the growth of new blood vessels.

The company's mission emphasizes collaborative research in partnership with leading medical centers, rapid product design, development and validation. OmegaGenesis collaborates wit
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