Organogenesis unveils ad campaign for cell-based skin substitute

02/17/2008 | Boston Herald

Canton, Mass.-based Organogenesis has launched its first direct-to-consumer advertising campaign promoting its Apligraf cell-based skin substitute for patients with chronic wounds. The white patch made from human foreskin features two layers of living cells that summon healthy cells to support the healing.

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