Criscot Launches Disposable Suppository Applicator

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Criscot, founded by CEO Jennifer Davagian Ensign, has launched Sephure, a disposable suppository applicator.

The applicator was designed and launched in response to a lack of standardization in suppository medication therapy application.

One cent of every Sephure applicator sold through its website will be donated to the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America to fund further inflammatory bowel disease research.

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