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August 15, 2020  
FORUMS: Read-Only

Topic Title: Apligraf
Created On: 01/19/2007 12:07 AM
 02/22/2010 04:25 PM

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[p]The following website is the "Hear from others" part of the Apligraf site. Apligraf is a company that sells bioengineered skin developed by Organogenesis, a company I visited a few years ago. The skin has only been FDA approved for certain purposes in terms of marketing, but your doctor can use the product at his discretion. You can find more information about the product and a few other developments at this site:[/p][p]http://www.apligraf.com/patient/read/hear_from_others.html[/p]
 01/19/2007 12:07 AM

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We have been utilizing apligraf for all our diabetic wounds and venous wounds and have not only found this an effective product but also a financial one as well. We uses the codes that the company tells us and we are very pleased with the reimbursment. We used to use dermagraft prior and after seeing both products in action it is obvious that apligraf is much better. Has anyone used apligraf for other wounds? Has anyone else had as good results as we have?
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