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Derma Sciences to Present at The Rodman & Renshaw 10th Annual Healthcare Conference
Date:10/29/2008

ntering into a Phase II study, with anticipated initial patient enrollment to begin in Q3 of 2008. For more information about Derma Sciences, Inc., visit its home page on the Internet at http://www.dermasciences.com.

Contact: Derma Sciences, Inc. Allen & Caron Inc

Edward J. Quilty Rudy Barrio (US Investors)

Chairman and CEO r.barrio@allencaron.com

equilty@dermasciences.com

(609) 514-4744 Brian Kennedy (media)

brian@allencaron.com

(212) 691-8087


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