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Medical Ethics Pty Ltd is a commercial and development stage life sciences company focused on pain mitigation in wounds for humans and animals. Through our proven, patent protected platform technology, we have identified a transformational way of mitigating pain and minimising suffering associated with wounds.; it is also a Limited company registered in England and Wales under the name Medical Ethics UK Ltd with registration number 10906168 and has its registered office at 2 Sovereign Quay, Havannah Street, Cardiff, CF10 SSF.
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