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Noble Fiber Technologies Partners With AMS

Noble Fiber TechnologiesPartners With AMSNoble Fiber Technologies, Clarks Summit, Pa., has entered into an agreement with United Kingdom-based Advanced Medical Solutions (AMS) to produce woundcare products for the medical industry. Under the partnership, AMS will use Nobles X-Static® silver fiber in its alginate (seaweed)-based dressings. AMS claims the dressing absorbs fluid from a wound and stops any bleeding, while also allowing the wound to stay moist.We see the medical arena, and woundcare in particular, as a very exciting growth area where the established antimicrobial, anti-odor and therapeutic performance of our X-Static technology can offer real benefits, said Bill McNally, president and CEO, Noble.April 2002




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