BURLINGTON, ON, Sept. 28, 2012 /CNW/ - EKO wishes to clarify a news release made yesterday. The company announced its affiliation and agreement with the Mayer Institute in Hamilton and Dr. Perry Mayer. It appears that the spelling of both the Mayer Institute and Dr. Perry Mayer was, in the transfer from the company to the news wire services, mis-spelled as "Meyer". EKO apologizes for any confusion caused and wishes to assure the readers of this release that it is the Mayer Institute in Hamilton Ontario, which first opened in 2008, which provides advanced diabetic foot and wound care (which it compliments with aggressive, ongoing diabetic education), with which its JV partner NeuroVasc Clinical Inc. has an agreement to provide FREMS machines, supplies, training and operational certification. More information on the co-operation and resource enhancement as between the Mayer Institute and NeuroVasc Clinical Inc. will be released in the coming weeks.
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