Attention: T.D. & G. Enterprises, Inc., is currently looking for a qualified company to manufacture and distribute the Kidney Stone Catcher under a licensing agreement.

Please find below Pertinent Marketing Facts
pertaining to the “Kidney Stone Catcher.”

The Kidney Stone Catcher can serve a growing need
due to this condition that grows in frequency.

  • You’d think having kidney stones would be bad enough in and of itself. General and constant pain about the groin and back, blood and pus in the urine, nausea, fever and chills, abdominal distention, a burning sensation while urinating, and a stabbing sensation so sharp and strong when that kidney stone finally passes that a study by the Mayo Clinic describes it to be “the worst pain ever experienced.”
  • It doesn’t stop just there. Many persons who suffer these maladies actually have to collect those kidney stones for lab analysis. The unsanitary, unhygienic process of gathering those kidney stones adds significant insult to injury. After suffering such pain and discomfort, you have to dip your fingers into your own urine, and possibly blood and pus, to fish out that kidney stone that caused it all. Not only is it unsanitary, but it’s humiliating, as well.
  • It can also be wasteful of the containers used to collect the kidney stones, too. No matter how many times you wash it, your morning coffee will never taste quite the same in that mug, even if solely psychosomatically.
  • The Kidney Stone Catcher can provide these consumers with a much more sanitary and hygienic – not to mention self-dignity preserving – option. The Kidney Stone Catcher can help these many Americans capture kidney stones without having to make direct contact with the urine in which they are discharged.


The Kidney Stone Catcher can serve a growing need
due to this condition that grows in frequency.

  • Kidney stones are probably one of the oldest recorded medical conditions in all of medical history, and are even directly referred to in the ancient Hippocratic Oath. This is a well-known problem that has affected many for very many years. Unfortunately, though, it seems that the incidence of kidney stones is increasing.
  • In fact, the incidence rate of kidney stones in the United States grew 36.8 percent over the last 30 years. Today, one out of every six adult Americans will suffer from this condition.
  • This rate is very likely to grow, too. One primary contributing factor to kidney stones is a lack of calcium. As more and more Americans find themselves prone to lactose intolerance, and stay away from milk and other dairy products as a result, the less calcium these persons receive. Because they now ingest less calcium, their risk of kidney stone development is increasing.
  • Another circumstance that may also lead to additional growth in kidney stone incidence in the United States is the current qualities of tap waters. More and more environmental tests are finding high rates of cadmium in tap waters across the country, especially in areas near hazardous waste depositories and farms. This substance is used as a pigment in many plastics, which is why it winds up discarded in waste areas, and is also present in farm-used fertilizers. The increased presence of cadmium in tap waters makes the risk of kidney stones six times worse in those areas. Testing on bottled water has found the same contaminants, too.
  • The Kidney Stone Catcher can help a large and growing consumer group in the treatment of their common medical condition that continues to grow in risk.

The Kidney Stone Catcher meets conscientious
needs in its use, and in its disposal, too.

  • Just because persons who need the Kidney Stone Catcher have so much pain in release of their own waste doesn’t mean they want to produce more waste.
    That’s why the Kidney Stone Catcher can be produced in an environmentally-responsible and recyclable format. All of its components can be produced of recycled materials.
  • As a result, the Kidney Stone Catcher offers a responsible and sanitary function in its use, and a responsible and sanitary format for its disposal.