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2014-08-18 16:27:48

RTP-Based Antimicrobial Textile Company Offers Prototypes for Use by World Medical Mission RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- PurThread(®) Technologies Inc. is donating 1,500 sets of medical scrubs and 400 privacy curtains to World Medical Mission, the medical outreach arm of the international relief organization, Samaritan's Purse(®). http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnvar/20140818/136900 The scrubs and privacy curtains are prototypes of PurThread's...

2014-04-11 16:22:03

We are advised by PurThread Technologies Inc. that journalists and other readers should disregard the news release, "Be Well" Doctor Russell Greenfield, M.D. Signs on as PurThread Medical Director, issued 10-Apr-2014 over PR Newswire. Information contained within the release needs to be updated and/or removed. SOURCE PurThread Technologies Inc.

2014-04-10 16:24:37

Well Known for Emphasis on Preventive and Integrative Medicine, Renowned Doctor Lends Expertise to PurThread Mission RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Russ Greenfield, noted physician of preventive and integrative medicine, author, and contributor on The Dr. Oz Show, has joined N.C.-based life-sciences company PurThread® Technologies Inc. as medical director. In this role, Greenfield will guide the company's efforts to provide innovative solutions to...

2014-02-18 08:29:27

Combined expertise aims to develop both hard and soft surface antimicrobial products DURHAM, N.C., Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to increase antimicrobial surface options for healthcare and military environments, Eastman Kodak Company and PurThread Technologies, Inc. have entered a joint development agreement (JDA). The collaboration will expand the use of Kodak's proprietary antimicrobial technology to hard and soft surfaces. (Photo:...

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