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WAYNE - Escalon Medical Corp. has developed a device that it hopes advances eye-drop therapy used to combat eye disease.
Currently, that type of therapy is limited because many patients either experience trouble with, or are unable to administer, eye drops.
Escalon, a 10-year-old company that two weeks ago relocated its corporate offices to Wayne from Skillman, N.J., plans to seek Food and Drug Administration approval for its device, an ophthalmic drug delivery system whereby a small container-like gizmo is inserted into a patient's eye, allowing medicine to be delivered in a time-release fashion over clays or even weeks.
The company's patented Ocufit SR …