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Resource ID: #26821
Subject: FDA
Source: newsvine.com
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Date: September 4 and 18, 2014

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A handful of insiders work to get FDA approval of a cultured skin substitute for burn patients, even though the clinical study was shut down by the FDA. Since the study data was unusable, PermaDerm(tm) was entered into a DoD regenerative medicine program. Grants and a contract help fund the research except two ineligible patients were used in the applications. This story has flown under the radar until now.

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