Press Releases

September 25, 2002

Come visit us at the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NEONATAL NURSING 18th Annual Conference, New Rhythms in Neonatal Nursing, and 2002 NANN Leadership Institute and Preconference Workshops November 13-16, 2002 Nashville, TN we will be in the Hawaii Medical Booth.

September 19, 2002

NadWear is here! We are proud to announce that you no longer have to be a member of the staff to show everyone that you care. Our initial order of long and short sleeve T's, embroidered V-Neck T and sweatshirts has arrived. Contact for more information.

September 18, 2002

Save the Gonads has signed an agreement with Hawaii Medical, LLC to distribute our medical products in North America. This relationship will significantly help spread awareness of the need for x-ray protection for infants.
Hawaii Medical, a new company created by Children's Medical Ventures founder Read McCarty, specializes in products designed for the special needs of premature babies.

September 10, 2002

Come visit us at the Second National Neonatal Nurses Meeting in New Orleans September 19-21, 2002 we will be in the Hawaii Medical Booth.

August 1, 2002

Save the Gonads' exhibit at the American Healthcare Radiology Administrators Annual Meeting and Exposition held in New Orleans July 29-31 was very well recieved. A wide variety of radiology professionals have joined the crusade to Protect the Future!

WLWT Channel 5 Cincinnati airs news story praising the invention of STG's
January 16, 2002

On January 15, 2002 Reporter/Anchor Lisa Cooney and Videographer Rob Busby came to our production facility and to The University Hospital to videotape a news story about STG's.
The segment aired as the Top Story of the 5:30 pm newscast and was repeated during the 11:00 pm newscast and also the following day.
Our special thanks go out to producer Stephanie Bruner and the staff of WLWT for helping to "get the word out" of this important product. STG's provide needed protection against harmful radiation which can be particularly damaging to the ovaries and testicles of normal and low birthweight infants.
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Save the Gonads, Ltd begins shipping STG's
December 1, 2001

After 18 months of research and development Save the Gonads, Ltd. is proud to announce that STG's are now available for shipment to health care providers.

STG's are small lead gonad shields specially designed to provide protection from harmful xray radiation to very low, low and normal birthweight infants. NICU nurse Pam Krieg designed the shields specifically to meet the needs of hospitals for a standardized and low cost method to protect these children.

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