Company to feature PureSkin at the American Burn Association Annual Meeting

Centennial, Colo. — March 20, 2017 — AlloSource, one of the nation’s largest providers of burn skin, cartilage, bone, soft-tissue and cellular allografts for use in surgical procedures and burn and wound care to advance patient healing, will feature its PureSkin™ human skin allograft at the 49th American Burn Association Annual Meeting.

AlloSource has been a longtime leader in providing skin allografts to help patients heal from burns, and its rebranded PureSkin allograft offers clinicians a temporary biological dressing for burn patients. The product is available in both cryopreserved and fresh configurations, both of which allow for cell viability. AlloSource provides PureSkin in meshed and non-meshed formats for adaptability and clinician preference based on patient needs.

“Providing our PureSkin allograft for burns is one of the most incredible ways we are able to honor the tissue donors entrusted to AlloSource,” said Thomas Cycyota, AlloSource president and CEO. “Our commitment to saving and enhancing the lives of burn survivors is demonstrated through the skin allografts we provide and through our partnership with the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors.”

AlloSource’s partnership with the Phoenix Society provides an opportunity to offer both physical and emotional support for those healing from a burn injury. The Phoenix Society offers a wide variety of resources and programs to aid in the recovery process for burn survivors of all ages.

For more information on PureSkin and AlloSource’s allograft portfolio, visit AlloSource at booth 121 at the American Burn Association Annual Meeting from March 21-24 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors will also exhibit at the meeting at booth 119.