3M Health Care and Greystone Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Announce License Agreement


ST. PAUL, Minn. — 3M Health Care and Greystone Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announce they have entered into an exclusive, worldwide license agreement for wound care products using Greystone’s patented PHI technology, a proprietary formulation that aids in the management of hard-to-heal wounds.  

This is the second agreement between 3M Health Care and Greystone Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The first agreement provided 3M Health Care limited distribution rights in Canada and parts of Europe. This new agreement broadens 3M Health Care’s rights to the United States and most major countries in   the world, starting with the introduction of 3M™ Tegaderm™ Matrix Dressing with PHI technology to the U.S. market.  In addition, 3M Health Care will be able to extend the PHI technology platform to other wound care products.

“This license agreement will enhance 3M Health Care’s rapidly growing advanced wound care business and builds on our reputation as a global leader in the treatment of chronic wounds,” said Bill Cruise, Skin and Wound Care Global Business director at 3M Health Care. “Greystone’s innovative PHI technology is proving to be effective in managing hard-to-heal wounds, and combining this technology with our extensive global coverage will benefit patients and clinicians worldwide.”

“We have developed an innovative wound care technology that can help patients with chronic and non-responding wounds return to more active and productive lives,” said Greg Pilant, CEO of Greystone Pharmaceuticals, Inc. “With 3M Health Care’s global presence and deep expertise in advanced wound care, we believe we can bring valuable solutions to patients globally.”

Source: 3M Health Care



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