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Gore Receives FDA Approval for Conformable GORE® TAG® Thoracic Endoprosthesis
16 November 2011 - Durable ePTFE Endoprosthesis Designed for Endovascular Repair of the Descending Thoracic Aorta Provides Conformability without Compromise

Nominees Announced for 2011-2012 Pioneers in Performance Awards for the United States; Online Voting Opens at www.PioneersInPerformance.com
16 November 2011 - Awards Program Sponsored by W. L. Gore & Associates Honors Medical Specialists Advancing Therapy and Improving Patient and Clinical Performance Through Active Collaboration

Gore Receives First FDA Approval for Endovascular Repair of Aortic Dissection
11 September 2013 - Conformable GORE® TAG® Thoracic Endoprosthesis First to Receive Indication for Aneurysm, Trauma and Dissection

Gore Receives First FDA Approval for Endovascular Repair of Traumatic Aortic Transections
19 January 2012 -

Conformable GORE® TAG® Thoracic Endoprosthesis Designed for Endovascular Repair of the Descending Thoracic Aorta Provides Conformability without Compromise


Gore Joins Vascular and Endovascular Leaders in Honoring 2012 Pioneers in Performance in Europe
16 April 2012 - Leading Practitioners and Researchers from Europe Commended for Expanding Treatment Options for At-Risk Patients

First Australian Patients Enrolled in Gore Global Registry for Endovascular Aortic Treatment
20 March 2012 - Royal Prince Alfred Hospital First in Australia

SVS and Gore Support Increasing Numbers of Women in Vascular Surgery
23 May 2012 - Women’s Leadership to Take Spotlight at the Society for Vascular Surgery 2012 Vascular Annual Meeting

Gore Medical Receives National Honor for Operational Excellence
20 June 2013 - W. L. Gore & Associates named as a winner of the eighth annual Pinnacle Award

Nominees Announced for 2011 Pioneers in Performance Awards for Europe; Online Voting Opens at www.PioneersInPerformance.com
11 April 2011 - Awards Program Sponsored by W. L. Gore & Associates Honors Medical Specialists Advancing Therapy and Improving Patient and Clinical Performance Through Active Collaboration

First Patient Enrolled in Gore TAG Thoracic Branch Endoprosthesis LSA Feasibility Study
27 January 2014 - Multi-Center Study to Assess Feasibility of Gore Device to Treat Historically Challenging Patient Population