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OrthoLogic Corp. develops, manufactures and markets proprietary, technologically advanced orthopedic products and packaged services for the orthopedic health care market including bone growth stimulation devices, continuous passive motion (CPM) devices and ancillary orthopedic recovery products and a therapeutic injectable for relief of pain from osteoarthritis of the knee. OrthoLogic's products are designed to enhance the healing of diseased, damaged, degenerated or recently repaired musculoskeletal tissue. The Company's products focus on improving the clinical outcomes and cost-effectiveness of orthopedic procedures that are characterized by compromised healing, high-cost, potential for complication and long recuperation time


Orthologic has based under 3 for many months and recently broke out, now making higher highs and higher lows , showing strength since Phase1/2 Chysalin news

Jan. 12, 2000--OrthoLogic Corp. (Nasdaq:OLGC - news) today announced that the company has begun enrolling patients in the combined Phase I/II clinical trial for Chrysalin.

Chrysalin is a synthetically manufactured peptide that has shown outstanding potential in preclinical animal studies to accelerate fracture healing.

Chrysalin represents a portion of the receptor-binding domain of the human thrombin molecule, which is actively involved in the healing process for both soft tissue and bone. By mimicking specific attributes of the thrombin molecule, Chrysalin stimulates the body's natural healing processes, resulting in accelerated tissue repair.

About the Trial

The trial consists of a prospective, randomized double-blind study of 90 patients in three clinical centers to evaluate the safety and preliminary efficacy of Chrysalin. Patients will receive one injection of Chrysalin or placebo (saline solution) at the time the fracture is set and will be monitored weekly to evaluate healing.
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15Earnings call Jan 24th. Any opinions out there? OLGC presented at the JP MorganThure Meyer-01/14/2002 10:11 PM
14 looks like selling into this news, chart a little worrisome...we need to keep mPierre Borczuk-03/18/2000 08:56 AM
13 Remarkably little response to an impressive clinical study. If it works this wemortwald-03/17/2000 12:36 PM
12 Chrysalin Shown to Accelerate Fracture Healing in Pre-Clinical Animal Studies SPierre Borczuk-03/15/2000 09:24 AM
11 This may be an opportunity to munch on a little OLGC Pierre Pierre Borczuk-03/07/2000 06:16 PM
10 AJ Hot sector, + chart already indicated acculmulation by someone Now it is lPierre Borczuk-02/29/2000 08:27 PM
9 Hi Pierre, I'm also at a loss to explain yesterday's 33% gain. Since AJ Weissman-02/19/2000 02:49 PM
8 OLGC ....nice move today 52 week high in making Again ..no news...is it just aPierre Borczuk-02/18/2000 01:06 PM
7 Pierre, I am a long term, buy-and-hold type. My stops would be set much lower EL KABONG!!!-02/10/2000 08:07 PM
6 Thanks Kerry ... Sounds like investors were trapped in this one for a while. Pierre Borczuk-02/10/2000 07:57 PM
5 Hello Pierre, Okay, I looked it up for you... azcentral.com  Use the arEL KABONG!!!-02/10/2000 07:49 PM
4 If a tree falls and there is no one to hear it does it make a noise? If there Pierre Borczuk-02/10/2000 06:25 PM
3 Hi Pierre, You may have to dig a bit to find the old news, but a few years agoEL KABONG!!!-02/09/2000 03:55 AM
2 Hi Pierre, I found my way to OLGC through my personal experience with CPM deviAJ Weissman-02/09/2000 12:58 AM
1 Seems like the strategy is to buy any dips...like the big boyes must be doing Pierre Borczuk-02/08/2000 01:32 PM
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