PRINCETON, N.J., Nov. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Derma Sciences, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: DSCI), a providerof advanced wound care products, announced plans to release its third quarter 2009 results before market on Monday, November 16, 2009. The Company will hold a conference call that same day to discuss the results at
For those who are unavailable to listen to the live broadcast, a replay will be available through December 16, 2009 and can be accessed by dialing 888-286-8010 (domestic), and 617-801-6888 (international). The passcode is 43541503.
About Derma Sciences
Derma Sciences is a specialty medical device / pharmaceutical company focusing on advanced wound care. Its key product, MEDIHONEY®, is sold throughout the world by Derma Sciences and Comvita New Zealand -- the licensor of the patented honey-based technology -- and is the leading brand of honey-based dressings for the management of wounds and burns. The product has been shown to be effective in a variety of wounds and burns, and was the focus of a positive large-scale randomized controlled trial on leg ulcers. Derma's recently FDA cleared BIOGUARD(TM) Barrier Dressing is the Company's latest new product entrant into the $14 billion global wound care market. The barrier technology was licensed from Quick-Med Technologies, Inc. in Q1 of 2007. Derma also has in development DSC127, a novel angiotensin analog for accelerated wound healing and scar reduction. DSC127 was licensed from the University of Southern California in Q4 of 2007. Patient enrollment for a Phase II study began in Q4 of 2008. Results from this study are expected to be submitted to the FDA in Q2 of 2010.
For more information about Derma Sciences, Inc., visit http://www.dermasciences.com.
SOURCE Derma Sciences, Inc.
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