TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Jan. 31, 2011) - Theralase Technologies Inc. (TSX VENTURE:TLT) is pleased to announce that it has been granted notified body approval to place the CE mark on its TLC-1000 series of products, clearing the way for sale of its laser products throughout all 30 member states of the European Union (EU).
CE approval is a mandatory approval stage in the sale of products to European Union (EU) countries. It serves as a declaration that the product meets EU consumer safety, health and environmental requirements.
"Achieving CE approval allows Theralase another opportunity to expand the sale of our medical lasers internationally", stated Roger Dumoulin-White, President and CEO of Theralase Technologies Inc. "By possessing CE approval, in addition to our Health Canada, FDA and certain Latin American and Asian approvals, we are now able to sell our medical lasers to over 63% of the world market (as measured by GDP). This presents a great opportunity for Theralase to expand our revenue generation capability beyond our present markets."
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About Theralase Technologies Inc.
Theralase Technologies Inc. designs, develops and manufactures patented, super-pulsed laser technology utilized in bio-stimulation and bio-destruction applications. The technology is safe and effective in the treatment of chronic pain, neural muscular-skeletal conditions and wound care. When combined with patented light-sensitive Photo Dynamic Compounds, Theralase laser technology is able to specifically target and destroy cancers, bacteria and viruses.
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