‘CPC kills germs on and around your hands naturally, without chemicals. HEPA filters, the answer used by some manufacturers, may trap microbes, but can't eliminate them, nor carry out the filters clean the air surrounding the hands the way CPC does.’ Related StoriesOJ Bio at Medica 2015 – Stage of Care diagnostics' function in reducing antibiotics prescribingDiabetic retinopathy therapy improvements: an interview with Richard Kirk, CEO of PolyphotonixHealthcare technology cultural event of the entire year opens entries This is a significant advancement for hands hygiene. HEPA filtration simply traps germs in the dryer, but by incorporating warm-surroundings CPC, American Dryer's latest models in fact destroy germs on the areas of hands and in the encompassing air. On the other hand, HEPA neither sanitizes hands nor kills germs.Patients also had been asked how invasive they perceived such tests and studies,’ said Raoul Tibes, M.D. Ph.D., lead author of the study recently published online by the prestigious scientific journal Cancers, a physician-scientist for the Mayo Clinic in Arizona. The study, Patient willingness to endure pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic checks in early stage oncology trials, is scheduled for print publication in the July 15, 2011, edition of Tumor, published by the American Cancers Society.