BioElectronics, in pulsed therapy deal:
This article was originally published in Clinica
BioElectronics (Frederick, Maryland) has signed an agreement with Barron Medical, a distributor of medical equipment headquartered in Chino Hills, California, to distribute its ActiPatch electromagnetic therapy technology in the US. The two companies will combine to bring the drug-free anti-inflammatory patch to a market of 200 million soft tissue injuries in the US every year. The product administers "weeks of continuous pulsed therapy for less than a dollar a day", claims BioElectronics.
You may also be interested in...
Pain relief product sales grew 27% and upper respiratory sales 35% for the week ended 7 March as consumers respond to COVID-19, according to Nielsen data noted in a Jefferies report on consumer health purchasing trends. Private label market share is up slightly, while OTC purchases continue primarily in conventional stores.
Managing partner Corey Goodman said venBio didn’t have trouble closing its fund, because the venture capital firm prepared its investors for an economic downturn months ago.
The US FDA has proposed moving two categories of hepatitis C diagnostics to class II from class III because they pose relatively low risk.