Mentor and Tutogen form licence agreement:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Mentor is to distribute Tutogen Medical's Tutoplast processed dermis product on an exclusive basis. The licence calls for minimum purchases of over $1 million in the first year. The product will be used in Mentor's Suspend procedure for the treatment of female incontinence. Tutogen's Tutoplast process of tissue preservation and viral inactivation is used to manufacture bioimplants for neurosurgical, orthopaedic, reconstructive and general surgery applications.
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