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"AI is quickly becoming established as the highest standard of care, helping doctors and saving patients' lives."
Once a hacker gets through a hospital’s firewall, they don’t often come up against any other lines of defense protecting medical devices.
"We are proud and excited to have been chosen by Newsweek magazine to appear on this prestigious list of elite hospitals around the globe."
The Israeli company Panaxia already launched a production facility in Bernalillo, now it will offer smokeless proprietary cannabinoids in New Mexico.
By SHARON UDASIN
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi keen to learn more about Israeli model of community based medical service.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Unifying hearts, minds, cultures and people in a unified Jerusalem.
By NAOMI SMITH
Health Ministry and Jerusalem Municipality bemoan growing need for geriatric facilities but donate nothing to new Herzog Hospital building.
While Intendu has a roster of impressive clients in the US, the team is now beginning to pursue its real focus: to bring Intendu from the rehab clinic to the doorstep of patients.
By MATT KRIEGER
Hava Zingboim has produced the first-ever formula to allow hyaluronic acid to penetrate into deeper skin layers by application of a cream – without injection.
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Hunt is on for next Israeli 'unicorn'
Pluristem Therapeutics Inc. in Haifa is working on an innovative way to provide a quick and
effective solution to acute radiation syndrome.
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