Syneron takes medical aesthetic products to India and Russia:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Israeli firm Syneron Medical has signed marketing and sales deals for its elos combined light and radiofrequency medical aesthetic systems in Russia and India. The Yokneam-based company, which last month signed a deal for China, has obtained regulatory approval in both markets. Suchita NuMed Tech is its partner in India, and JSC World its partner in Russia. The company's technology can be used for hair removal and wrinkle reduction as well as to treat superficial lesions, cellulite, acne and leg veins.
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