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Apligraf® Read/Share Healing StoriesApligraf® Share

Non-healing wounds are a source of physical and emotional suffering for millions of people every day. So when a difficult-to-treat ulcer is finally healed, the relief is worth sharing, especially when others can benefit from the details of a success story.

This section is meant as a source of inspiration for non-healing ulcer patients. We encourage you to read the stories contained in the Patient Testimonial section as they may provide you with helpful information and even hope for your own healing process.
As well, we are inviting Apligraf® patients to submit success stories of their own. Who knows – your personal healing story might help make a difference to someone else in a situation similar to your own.

Apligraf® Patient Stories

Apligraf® Patient Videos

Share Your Apligraf® Story

References:

3. Falanga V, Sabolinski ML. A bilayered living skin construct (Apligraf®) accelerates complete closure of hard-to-heal venous ulcers. Wound Repair Regen. 1999;7:201-207.

4. Veves A, Falanga V, et al. Graftskin, a human skin equivalent, is effective in management of non-infected neuropathic diabetic foot ulcers. Diabetes Care. 2001;24:290-295