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Mexico Authorizes use of Sangui Developed Wound Management System
Date:9/19/2011

ved to be successful, resting solidly on their common trust in the properties of this unique wound healing therapy. Both SastoMed and Sangui underlined that the German side is ready to enter negotiations about terms and deliveries and is currently initiating the necessary preparations to have the products manufactured in the required qualities and quantities.

Mexican health authorities lay special emphasis on their continued efforts to abate the consequences of lifestyle diseases such as diabetes. Estimates indicate that more than 40% of the Mexican population suffers from venous diseases. Currently, there are 17 million identified diabetics in Mexico, this being the second largest diabetes rate in the world. In Mexico more than $30 bn per year are being spent on diabetics' treatments. It is being expected that the consistent use of the Sangui developed wound treatment will help to significantly reduce the costs in this particular sector.

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