Thanks to the dental industry, GKAS rocks again!

November 2008
Proofs;Nov2008, Vol. 91 Issue 5, p69
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the success of the Give Kids A Smile (GKAS) Day sponsored by Henry Schein and American Dental Association (ADA). GKAS is a program created which will provide free oral health services to more than 500,000 underserved children all over the US. Also included is a list of GKAS sponsors including Ansell Healthcare, Biotrol International, and Crosstex International.


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