Circularity's core activity is conducting cutting-edge clinical trials into the myriad benefits, mechanisms of action, physiological and molecular functions of the body's natural microcirculatory system based on the exchange of non-toxic medical gases via transdermal delivery. We are working with leading institutions, researchers, and health practitioners
We are constantly conducting, collaborating on, and sponsoring over two dozen clinical trials at a time for example, spider and varicose veins, severe acne breakouts, fibromyalgia, chronic headaches, wound healing related to diabetes and cardiovascular complications, pain management related to neuropathy and other chronic conditions, mental health complications and a variety of cancer types including multiple myloma. Our company has embarked on a licensing program to develop new methods to deliver existing and new pharmaceutical APIs, supplements, vitamins, creams, and other beneficial substances via transdermal means unique only to Circularity's proprietary, patent-pending platform.
In a clinical trial, D'OXYVA achieved the following three groundbreaking results:
In various studies with D'OXYVA, victims of neuropathy, peripheral vascular complications, bodily injury, surgical complications, and other forms of pain reported significant reduction in symptoms and pain in 8 out of 10 cases. Even more impressively, 9 out of 10 users reported significant long term health benefits, after only 6 to 8 weeks of use.
Circularity has been assembling a Scientific Advisory Board that includes domestic and international medical-thought leaders in the field of endocrinology, diabetic pain relief, wound healing, microvascular physiology, neurobiology, oncology, amputation prevention, cardiovascular and exercise physiology. These clinical and academic physicians, with a combined total of over 1,000 publications, are tasked with investigating the D'OXYVA delivery system, and ascertaining the potential benefits of combating destructive symptoms of diabetes and other health complications through boosting microcirculation.
The D'OXYVA product is considered an “investigational device” when used for medical purposes in clinical tests and is deemed to have an “investigational device exemption” (“IDE”) in place because it has been the subject of an IRB-approved Non-Significant Risk (NSR) device study.
Source: Penn State University, Philadelphia, PA U.S.A. | Valley Presbyterian Hospital, Los Angeles, CA U.S.A.