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AFcell Medical Hires Chief Operating Officer
Date:4/18/2013

nd commercializing regenerative biologic technology platforms fits well with AFcell Medical's culture of innovation for general surgery, wound care and orthopaedic indications.  As we continue to build out our team, AFcell is committed to taking competitive share, creating KOL support and delivering exceptional financial results which will, I think, serve all of AFcell's stakeholders well."

New Chairman of the Board

Mr. Buche joins AFcell a few weeks after AFcell's board of directors elected Olivier Carli as its new chairman.

Mr. Carli is the President of Denos, Ltd and founder of Ideal Medical – one of the largest healthcare services companies in the world.  Companies which Mr. Carli has founded or led have all become market leaders in more than 64 countries by commercializing creative and cost effective healthcare delivery, medical device and biologic product solutions to physicians and patients. 

In the United States, Mr. Carli is perhaps best known as the founder of Scient'x Medical which was later acquired by Alphatec Spine. Scient'x was justifiably well known as one of the leading innovators of spinal implants in the world. As CEO of Scient'x, Mr. Carli drove spinal innovation along several pathways including motion preservation, dynamic stabilization and minimally invasive tools and instruments.  In addition, Mr. Carli was on the forefront of surgeon education with his popular Inspiration Educational Meetings.

Overall, Mr. Carli's companies have distribution or healthcare service delivery in France, Europe, Russia, Malaysia, China, South Africa, Brazil, Libya, Argentina and approximately 60 other countries.


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