BioStem Technologies Reports Breakthrough Results with AmnioWrap2® in Retrospective Wound Care Study

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Study published in peer-reviewed journal finds BioStem’s products offer overall better treatment efficiency, and greater efficiency in general wound closure

POMPANO BEACH, Fla., June 26, 2024 — BioStem Technologies Inc. (OTC: BSEM), a leading regenerative medicine company focused on the development, manufacture, and commercialization of placental derived allografts for advanced wound care, today announced that an article validating its proprietary processing method and its placental allograft products has been published in the international, peer-reviewed journal, Health Science Reports.

The article, titled Assessing placental membrane treatment efficiency in diabetic foot ulcers: Processing for retention versus lamination provides a retrospective analysis of wound care in 41 subjects.

The study’s primary objective was to evaluate and compare the effectiveness of two wound care products for managing diabetic foot ulcers, including BioStem’s AmnioWrap2® (RE-AC), processed using the BioREtain® method, and (L-AC) processed through a more ablative method used by a leading competitor in the industry. The study found that RE-AC products required fewer applications, suggesting greater efficiency in managing wounds, and that they offered overall better efficiency.

The research found that RE-AC achieved a significantly higher expected Percent Area Reduction (xPAR) in DFUs compared to L-AC at 12 weeks (67.3% vs. 52.6%). Additionally, RE-AC required fewer applications, suggesting greater efficiency in general wound management. The probability of full wound closure was similar in both groups (0.738 vs. 0.740 in RE-AC and L-AC, respectively), further emphasizing the effectiveness of the treatment.

Jason Matuszewski, BioStem’s Chief Executive Officer, said, “This complete analysis of wound care products not only provides validation of BioStem’s proprietary BioREtain method, it is a testament to the clinical utility of our allografts. Current standard of care (SOC) methods are ineffective for many patients, with up to 70% of diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) not achieving healing even after 20 weeks of treatment. Our products lead to cost savings, enhanced patient comfort, and improved compliance with treatment protocols.

“BioStem’s advanced tissue allografts are specifically designed to support the natural wound healing process. We are very pleased that this study showcases our products’ advantages over other wound care management products on the market today.”

BioStem expects to initiate clinical studies during 2024 to showcase the effectiveness of its allograft products in a real-world setting.

About BioStem Technologies, Inc. (OTC: BSEM):

BioStem Technologies is a leading innovator focused on harnessing the natural properties of perinatal tissue in the development, manufacture and commercialization of allografts for regenerative therapies. The Company is focused on manufacturing products that change lives, leveraging its proprietary BioREtain® processing method. BioREtain® has been developed by applying the latest research in regenerative medicine, focused on maintaining growth factors and preserving tissue structure. BioStem Technologies’ quality management system and standard operating procedures have been reviewed and accredited by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB). These systems and procedures are established per current Good Tissue Practices (cGTP) and current Good Manufacturing Processes (cGMP). Our portfolio of quality brands includes AmnioWrap2™, VENDAJE®, VENDAJE AC® and VENDAJE OPTIC®. Each BioStem Technologies placental allograft is processed at the Company’s FDA-registered and AATB-accredited site in Pompano Beach, Florida. For more information, visit biostemtechnologies.com and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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BioStem Technologies, Inc.
Phone: 954-380-8342
Website: http://www.biostemtechnologies.com
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