Wednesday, October 28, 2020


Hannah Meyers


Senior Comfort: Israeli start-up pioneers pelvic organ prolapse technology

An Israeli treatment that could alleviate discomfort for a quarter of women over 60 years old is currently undergoing clinical trials. Pelvic organ prolapse is a weakening of the hammock of muscles in the pelvic floor, caused by childbirth or simply due to aging. Endogun, a young high-tech start-up in Israel has identified the need, pinpointed the problem, and is providing a solution.

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