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National Patient Advocacy Organization Names Most Innovative New Product

11-25-2009 02:00 PM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: The National Association For Continence

NATIONAL PATIENT ADVOCACY ORGANIZATION NAMES MOST INNOVATIVE NEW PRODUCT IN NEWEST PRODUCT AND SERVICES DIRECTORY

November 19, 2009 CHARLESTON, SC—The National Association For Continence (NAFC) presented the Most Innovative New Product award to WorldWide Technology Development, Inc for its new product, Simplicity Collection System™.

Simplicity Collection System™ is an external urinary device for men with a reusable bag, fitted inside a pouch of specially designed briefs, which collects urine. It is designed to eliminate the need to wear a leg bag. For more information visit the distributor’s, Professional Products and Services (PPS), Web site at: www.ppshealthcare.com/simplicity.

The award was announced in NAFC’s 2009-2010 issue of DISCOVERIES®, a companion and supplement to the latest 14th edition of the Resource Guide®, an exclusive and complete directory of products and services for people living in the U.S. and Canada with bladder and bowel control problems. DISCOVERIES covers products released since publication of the latest Resource Guide. These products are commercially available, about to be launched or represent a new technology whose product applications are yet defined but which have relevancy to this field. This is the fourth edition of DISCOVERIES.

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The National Association For Continence is a 501(c)3 corporation whose mission is threefold: 1) to educate the public about the causes, diagnosis categories, treatment options, and management alternatives for incontinence, voiding dysfunction, nocturnal enuresis, and related pelvic floor disorders; 2) to network with other organizations and agencies to elevate the visibility and priority given to these areas; and 3) to advocate on behalf of consumers who suffer from such symptoms as a result of disease or other illness, obstetrical, surgical or other trauma, or deterioration due to the aging process itself. NAFC is broadly funded by consumers, healthcare professionals and industry. It is the world’s largest and most prolific consumer advocacy organization devoted exclusively to this field.

Contact:
Allison Wilfong, Communications and Public Relations Associate
The National Association For Continence (NAFC)
(T) 843.377.0900 ext. 208; (F) 843.377.0905
awilfong@nafc.org
PO Box 1019
Charleston, SC 29402

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