February 16, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
Sigyn Therapy (OTCPink: SIGY) is a new treatment for life-threatening conditions that stem from Cytokine Storm Syndrome including Sepsis, which is not currently being addressed with an approved therapy.
According to The Lancet, there were 48.9 million cases of Sepsis and 11 million deaths globally in 2017. Sepsis kills more people around the world than all forms of cancer combined. In the United States, Sepsis is the most common cause of in-hospital deaths with annual costs exceeding $24 billion.
Sigyn Therapy is a single-use disposable device designed to work with dialysis machines already in hospitals and clinics worldwide. It filters pro-inflammatory cytokines and endotoxins from the bloodstream. This rebalances the immune system and allows the body to fight fight Sepsis. Led by an experienced team of device developers, Sigyn Therapeutics is currently seeking approval for an IDE in the United States.
Join our webinar on February 16 to hear from Sigyn Therapeutics’ CEO, James Joyce, on how Sigyn is poised to help save millions of lives and billions of dollars with its breakthrough device.
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