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Re: Biodegradable Fibers
NadineJ   8/25/2014 6:04:25 PM
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I agree.  This is very good progress.  I wonder if this helps with some of the allergy concerns or if the rejection rate is lower with these new devices.

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Biodegradable Fibers
Greg M. Jung   8/21/2014 9:27:29 PM
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Using biodegradable fibers for drug delivery over traditional methods seems to offer many new advantages that were not present before.  Great development for the medical industry. 

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