Good news for people with chronic wounds, ulcers, scars and keloids

In the United States, chronic wounds and skin ulcers affect approximately 10 million people. The annual cost of treating chronic wounds and skin ulcers in the U.S. is estimated, conservatively, in the multi-billions of dollars. The incidence of chronic wounds and skin ulcers are on the rise due to an aging population, obesity, and diabetes. Continue reading Good news for people with chronic wounds, ulcers, scars and keloids