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A Potential Cure For Degenerative Disc Disease

About the Event

Join this Force for Knowledge Fireside Chat to learn about a potential breakthrough in the treatment of degenerative disc disease that in clinical trials not only reduced back pain and improved quality of life, but also resulted in an increase in disc volume.

Our expert panel features:

  • Dr. Matthew F. Gornet: a Board Certified Spine Surgeon and national leader in the development of dynamic stabilization, disc replacement, and “non-fusion” technology.
  •  Ryan Zimmerman: Managing Director and Medical Technology Analyst at BTIG and former Director of Surgery at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Chicago
  • Francine W. Schranck: President, SPIRITT, a patient-centric specialty research organization dedicated to excellence in all aspects of clinical outcomes and study management
  • Flagg Flanagan: CEO & Chairman of DiscGenics, an entrepreneur, executive and advisor with more than 30 years of experience in the surgical device and biopharmaceutical fields    

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