Indian American Firm Sends $1Mln in Aid to Ukraine
GAITHERSBURG, MD – An Indian American foundation here has donated wound care products worth $1 million for civilians injured in war torn Ukraine.
Human Biosciences, a Maryland-based bio pharma firm, in partnership with theManoj and Ritu Jain Foundation has shipped urgent wound care products for civilians in war zones, a press release said.
The move comes in response to an urgent request made by the Ukranian Embassy in Washington.
”Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the conflict. Our philosophy is, ‘Every wound matters, every patient matters.’ We’re happy that our products can help in this crisis,” said Rohan Jain, president of Human BioSciences.
Human BioSciences’s high-tech bioengineered advanced wound care products utilise proprietary Kollagen technology which acts as a natural hemostat to stop the bleeding immediately providing faster wound healing and better aesthetic appearance with minimal scarring.
Products are now being air shipped to Ukraine for humanitarian purposes, the media release added.