Fibralign Corp., a Stanford spin-out and developer of therapeutic biomedical devices, today announced enrollment of the first patient in a multi-site, randomized clinical trial in Europe evaluating its BioBridge® Collagen Matrix as a novel preventative treatment for secondary lymphedema. Read More →
Fibralign Corp., a Stanford spin-out developer of therapeutic biomedical devices, has announced today that it has executed a long term distributor agreement with Terumo Corporation to market and distribute the BioBridge® Collagen Matrix in Japan for treating and preventing secondary lymphedema. Read More →
Study to evaluate BioBridge™ use in surgical management of secondary lymphedema September 01, 2016 UNION CITY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fibralign Corporation announced that Stanford University has started enrollment in its investigator-led clinical study to evaluate the efficacy of a new surgical device for... Read More →
The Biobridge is an implant that has been shown to be able to guide the growth of new lymph channels. This technology can be used as an adjunct to existing treatments for the condition to hopefully improve outcomes. Fibralign has benefited from grants from the DoD and NSF to support a large animal study and develop production tools for making its initial product.
Fibralign's first product, BioBridge, is developed to address Secondary Lymphedema, a global chronic debilitating disease that affects over 120 million people and has no cure. The company successfully completed a large animal study that validated BioBridge-treated diseased lymphatic tissue. Fibralign is now preparing for 510(k) submission and a clinical study.