Grand Junction, Colorado, January 12, 2012
Marty Dalsing, President of Contamac, US, announced the establishment of a new grant in support of the non-profit National Keratoconus Foundation. The grant, which will be ongoing, will be supporting the launch of Bausch + Lomb’s KeraSoft™ contact lenses for keratoconus. These lenses, recently licensed for release in North America, are manufactured exclusively in Contamac’s Definitive™ Silicone Hydrogel material.
“For every prescription KeraSoft lens prescribed in North America, Contamac will donate a portion of the Definitive material sales as an unrestricted grant to the National Keratoconus Foundation,” said Dalsing.
Only Bausch + Lomb authorized contact lens laboratories will be eligible to fulfill this special offer.
Catherine Warren, RN, Executive Director of the National Keratoconus Foundation (NKCF), may be contacted at www.nkcf.org for more information regarding this eye condition.
Contamac Limited is a leader in the development of specialist polymers and a major global provider of biocompatible materials for implantable and medical applications to the ophthalmic industry. Based in Saffron Walden, Essex, UK, Contamac manufactures more than 100 high performance materials for products in the Contact Lens and Intraocular Lens markets, and is active in research and development, and contract testing for multiple industries.
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