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XenoTherapeutics Executives Spearhead Initial Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts in Panama City, Florida | AP News
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XenoTherapeutics Executives Spearhead Initial Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts in Panama City, Florida | AP News

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 23, 2018–XenoTherapeutics, a life science company developing the first non-human organ transplant solution currently under investigational review by the FDA, announced that company co-founders Paul Holzer, CEO and Jon Adkins, COO, along with a team of former military and first responder volunteers, travelled some 1500 miles from their homes in New Hampshire to deliver emergency aid in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Michael.

Holzer, a former US Navy SEAL officer and Massachusetts EMT, had previous experience leading a team of clinicians and first responders during a similar humanitarian mission to the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. The XenoTherapeutics relief team also included a former U.S. Marine, a Boston Police officer and current Boston firefighter, as well as a retired Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer. The team’s background in military operations and formal medical training equipped them with the necessary experience needed to be effective first responders in a disaster situation of this magnitude.

Source: XenoTherapeutics Executives Spearhead Initial Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts in Panama City, Florida | AP News