Israeli Medtech Leaders Say War Is Impacting Companies, Driving Industry Humanitarian Effort
Two executives of Israeli-based medtech companies say the Hamas-Israeli war is having an impact on their companies, with employees being called up as reservists and others needing accommodations. It also has galvanized companies to join forces to support health and humanitarian needs during the crisis.
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