Israeli Flowsense To Be Acquired For Up To $10M
By Anouk Lorie December 12, 2012 < 1 minute
Flowsense, an Israeli company which develops medical devices for urine monitoring, has announced that it has signed a letter of intent with a foreign healthcare company. The unnamed company is interested in buying it for $7-10 million, on a non-cash basis and without debts.
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