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Skin in the Game: This Small Biotech Has Strong Potential

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By Maxx Chatsko Avita Medical expects a big second half. Will that set the stage for a multiyear growth runway? The standard of care for treating serious burns hasn’t changed much in decades. When a large patch of skin is injured or missing, surgeons often turn to a skin graft. A skin graft takes a device that looks like an apple peeler, removes a healthy patch of skin from a patient’s body, and implants it onto the wounded area. That leaves an individual with two large wounds that risk infection, scarring, and lengthy healing times. It’s far from an ideal treatment. Avita Medical (RCEL) – Get…

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