Project Description

Working To Save Millions Of Lives And Billions Of Dollars

Date & Time:

May 21, 11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

According to The Lancet, there were 48.9 million cases of Sepsis and 11 million deaths globally in 2017. In the United States, Sepsis is the most common cause of in-hospital deaths with annual costs exceeding $24 billion.

Sigyn Therapeutics (SIGY) has developed a new device to treat Cytokine Storm Syndrome which often triggers Sepsis – a disease that inordinately impacts infants, children and the elderly. In a recent report Goldman Small Cap Research stated, “Based on our estimates, the market for the Sigyn designed anti-cytokine blood purification therapy for these acute conditions reaches tens of billions per year for Sepsis alone.”

Join our webinar to hear from Sigyn Therapeutics’ CEO, James Joyce, on how the company is poised to help save millions of lives and billions of dollars with its breakthrough device.

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