Six critically ill coronavirus patients in Israel who were considered high-risk for mortality were treated with Pluristem and survived.
The financing is backed by a guarantee from the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), the financial pillar of the European Union's Investment Plan for Europe.
After one week, six critically ill patients in Israel survived. Four of them showed improvement in respiratory parameters.
Not only have all the patients survived, according to Pluristem, but four of them showed improvement in respiratory parameters.
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