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If you know someone who has been struggling with a hard-to-heal ulcer, or might be at risk for developing one due to diabetes or circulatory problems, then you might want to send him or her  this website address. Anyone with a non-healing wound will surely appreciate the wealth of information available here, and for someone at risk for an ulcer, the prevention information will be particularly valuable. Who knows, you may just help someone get back on the road to healing.

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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