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  • kevinmik kevinmik Aug 24, 2014 10:13 AM Flag

    Is Alfred Mann Preparing To Merge Mannkind Inc & Medallion Inc Technologies ?

    Is Alfred Mann's getting ready to combine Mannkind & Medallion to create a state of the art delivery device company that would compete directly with Medtronic or eventually havel Mannkind & Medallion become part of Medtronic ? One thing is for sure there is a lot of overlapping, competitive & complementing technologies between Medtronic/MiniMed, Mannkind & Medallion and the common link between them all is Alfred Mann.

    - Alfred Mann Foundation Goal To Develop Implantable Artificial Pancreas. Excerpt from AMF website.
    " At the Alfred Mann Foundation, we are developing technology to combine an insulin-delivery system with a blood glucose monitor to create an automated implantable device that could replicate the replicate the blood-glucose control ability of the human pancreas." (Medallion ?)

    - Alfred Mann Foundation creates Medallion Therapeutic Inc.
    "March 05, 2014 08:30 AM Eastern Standard Time
    VALENCIA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Alfred Mann Foundation (AMF) is pleased to announce the creation of Medallion Therapeutics, Inc. The new entity is a life sciences company formed to provide targeted delivery solutions for pharmaceuticals and biologic therapies. Medallion Therapeutics has engaged industry veteran executives Chief Executive Officer Donald L. Deyo and Chief Commercial Officer Eric S. Harris to lead the team."

    -Alfred Mann Files HSR.
    DATE: April 7, 2014 TRANSACTION NUMBER: 20140732
    ACQUIRING PARTY: Alfred E. Mann / ACQUIRED PARTY: MannKind Corporation
    GRANTING STATUS: Granted

    - Alfred Mann Foundation (Medallion) international patent.
    Publication Number: 20140207085 Publication Date: 24.07.2014
    Applicants:THE ALFRED E. MANN FOUNDATION FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
    THE ALFRED E. MANN FOUNDATION FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
    Title: (EN) IMPLANTABLE INFUSION DEVICES AND ASSOCIATED METHODS
    Abstract: Implantable infusion devices configured to improve fill and evacuation procedures.

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