PEOPLE - Conceptus makes appointment:
This article was originally published in Clinica
STOP birth control device developer Conceptus has named William H Dippel as vice-president of operations, a new position which the San Carlos, California company has created in anticipation of future EU sales and to support current Australian manufacturing plans. STOP (selective tubal occlusion procedure), the non-surgical permanent birth control device, is a shorter procedure than surgical tubal ligation and requires no cutting or perforation of the abdomen, says Conceptus.
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