AltaScience
Coming January 19

Helping 15,000,000 Women A Year Take Control Of Their Lives

About the Event


Each year, millions of women make the decision not to have more children. For them, the only permanent solution is tubal ligation surgery which is costly, invasive, and painful. AltaScience has developed AltaSeal, a permanent contraceptive device that can be implanted in minutes in a doctor’s office for a fraction of the cost.

Join our webinar to hear AltaScience CEO, David O’Flynn discuss the development of the device and why their non-surgical approach to the multi-billion dollar permanent contraception market is superior to the current standard of care.

Date & Time


January 19, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

Once you click the RSVP button above, you will be redirected to a Zoom webinar registration page.

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