Skin patch to help heal diabetic foot ulcers

Press Release: New Drug Delivered through a Skin Patch Shows Promise in Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers Targeted therapeutic agent increases a needed protein in diabetic patients, potentially preventing foot amputations Quote: SAN FRANCISCO: A foot ulcer is typically a painful inconvenience to most people, but to a person with diabetes it could mean an infection, or worse, an amputation. But a research team at Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, Calif., has developed a drug delivered through a skin patch that not only helps foot wounds heal better, but also prevents those wounds from recurring, according to study results they presented this week at the American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress

Press Release: New Drug Delivered through a Skin Patch Shows Promise in Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers Targeted therapeutic agent increases a needed protein in diabetic patients, potentially preventing foot amputations Quote: SAN FRANCISCO: A foot ulcer is typically a painful inconvenience to most people, but to a person with diabetes it could mean an infection, or worse, an amputation. But a research team at Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, Calif., has developed a drug delivered through a skin patch that not only helps foot wounds heal better, but also prevents those wounds from recurring, according to study results they presented this week at the American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress

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Skin patch to help heal diabetic foot ulcers