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Welcome to WHS

Founded in 1989, the Wound Healing Society (WHS) is the premier scientific organization focused on wound healing. Our mission is to improve wound healing outcomes through science, professional education and communication by:

  • Leading multi-disciplinary research in wound science and outcomes.
  • Linking scientists and clinicians to advance wound healing research.
  • Translating discovery into evidence based clinical outcomes.
  • Communicating through mentoring, education, publications, and global networking.

WHS 2015 - Save the Date

 April 29th - May 3rd, 2015

 (posted July 10, 2014)

egister today to race toward a world without wounds.
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Thank you to the OUCH! Race sponsors and supporters:

Calling all runners and walkers!

Register today for the inaugural Philadelphia OUCH! Race

The Philadelphia OUCH! Race is the first of its kind because you choose your distance (5K, 10K, or 15K) while you are on the course. This race benefits a worthy cause AND is an excellent training distance to prepare for the fall distance runs such as the Rock and Roll Half Marathon or the Philadelphia Marathon. Keep the summer training momentum going!
After any race or tough training run, you may feel sore, but imagine daily pain caused by wounds that will not heal or losing a leg because of these wounds and never being able to run again! This is who we are running for in this race. Millions suffer with wounds that don’t heal due to lack of knowledge and access to treatment. The Bates-Jensen Wound Reach Foundation is striving to make a difference by improving wound research, education and clinical health for patients and clinicians globally.
Register today and please share this email with your friends to help spread the word about this event to benefit the Bates-Jensen Wound Reach Foundation and patients suffering with wounds.
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