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Derma Sciences Inc Selects Allen & Caron for Investor Relations and Corporate Communications
Date:12/17/2007

the FDA for wound and burn management. MOBILITY1(TM) is a patented novel intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) therapy device which delivers segmented and gradient pressure to the lower legs of ambulatory and/or stationary patients. ALGICELL(TM)Ag is a best-in-class antimicrobial silver alginate product.

With wholly owned and operated manufacturing facilities in Toronto and Nantong, China, Derma Sciences also offers state-of-the-art contract manufacturing services for OEM or private label products. The Company's goal is to increase their leadership position in the growing field of wound and skin care, leveraging their key brands as well as their manufacturing capabilities, while bringing next-generation products and technologies to market.

About Allen & Caron

Allen & Caron is a full-service corporate, investor and marketing communications agency serving the needs of public companies. The Allen & Caron international client base includes emerging growth companies in a range of industry segments. The firm has offices in Irvine, California; New York City; and London; maintains a presence in Paris; and has an affiliate relationship with a leading investor relations firm in Italy.

About Derma Sciences

Derma Sciences is a manufacturer and marketer of advanced wound care products, with operations based in the US and Canada, and sales worldwide. The company sources Active Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) Honey from Comvita New Zealand, Ltd. Comvita controls over 70% of the flow of manuka honey, and owns several patents around the use of honey in wound dressings. The Company has also obtained FDA clearance to market and sell its MOBILITY-1(TM) boot and compressor device for the treatment of venous ulcers, lymphedema, and other conditions that require compression therapy. For more information about Derma Sciences Inc, visit its home page on the Internet at h
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