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Amino acid accelerates wound repair


Chicago - Treatment of chronic wounds, such as skin ulcers associated with aging or diabetic skin, represents an unmet medical need. Thymosin b4 (Tb4) shows promise as a therapeutic agent for wound repair in aging and diabetic patients, according to Allan L. Goldstein, Ph.D., who spoke at the annual International Symposium on Aging Skin.

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