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Janssen Korea and Johnson & Johnson yesterday launched the ‘Seoul Innovation QuickFire Challenge in Smart Healthcare’ in collaboration with the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the Korea Health Industry Development Institute.
Malaysia's Top Glove which provides medical gloves for use worldwide today announced it will open its first factory in Vietnam next year to help meet the growing demand for hygienic gloves.
Seoul-based digital beauty and healthcare company Carelabs has acquired 53% of Eunogo, an online beauty and wellness concierge start-up.
Medical tourism accounts for at least one-third of private hospitals’ revenue in Southeast Asian countries.
Singapore’s Ministry of Health and Urban Redevelopment Authority today announced plans to develop a new residential care community for people with dementia and called for tenders for its development.
Singapore-based Novena Global Lifecare, one of the world’s largest integrated medical healthcare and aesthetic companies has completed a $350 million merger with Xingkeduo.
Mumbai-based primary healthcare aggregator HealthAssure has raised $2.5 million in Series A funding led by early stage venture capital fund Blume Ventures.
One BioMed, a Singapore-based medical diagnostics company, has closed a $5 million Series A financing round, led by Singapore-based Biopath Ventures and US-based ARCH Venture Partners.
Six Sigma Star Healthcare is to build an institute of mountain medicine, training and research centre in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand in northern India close to the Himalayas.
Senyi, a medical artificial intelligence company in China, has completed a ¥250 million ($36.3 million) round of Series C financing, led by Tencent, with participation by Sinopharm Capital.

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