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Date:2/13/2008

Canker Sore Sufferers Can Enjoy a Romantic Valentine's Day With

CankerMelts(R)

SEATTLE, Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ --

WHO: The 60 million Americans who suffer from recurrent canker sores

don't have to worry about a painful sore derailing their

Valentine's Day plans. CankerMelts, an all-natural,

over-the-counter canker sore remedy in the form of an oral

adhesive patch, has been shown in a peer-reviewed clinical

study to be published March 7 to provide immediate pain relief

and protection -- and to significantly shorten healing time.

CankerMelts inventor Jeff Haley is available to speak on the

topic of canker sores and how to best treat them, as well as

their effect on romantic relationships.

WHAT: The oral adhesive patch, or disc, is the most effective method

of canker sore treatment -- preferred over treatments in the

form of liquids or gels -- and CankerMelts offers many benefits

that other adhesive patches don't:

-- CankerMelts is made from all-natural ingredients, including

Glycyrrhiza extract (GX), an extract of licorice root that

has long been utilized as an anti-inflammatory. GX provides

pain relief without numbing -- so canker sore sufferers

won't miss out on the sensation of kissing their loved one

this Valentine's Day.

-- CankerMelts patches adhere to the inside of the mouth -- but

not so strongly that the patch can't be removed. Other

patches adhere so strongly that they can damage mouth

tissues if removed within eight hours of application. While

CankerMelts are comfortable enough to be worn during eating,

users have the option to remove them safely during

Valentine's dinner.

-- CankerMelts patches are thin and flexible, making them more

comfortable to wear while talking and less likely to catch

on the teeth or tongue.

AVAILABLE

EXPERT: Inventor of CankerMelts and founder and chief scientist of

Orahealth, the company that makes this groundbreaking product,

Jeff Haley has a background in chemistry, mechanical

engineering and law.

He developed CankerMelts because he suffered from painful

canker sores throughout his life and found no treatment existed

that could significantly reduce healing time. Jeff is

immediately available for media interviews upon request.

MEDIA

CONTACT: Kristen Rubi, MS&L

(323) 866-6027

kristen.rubi@mslpr.com


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