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A woman fainting at a railway station in Morocco, while waiting for the train that would take her three hours away for dialysis treatment,...
Next year should be the first time a 100 percent Moroccan made medicine will be commercialized.
Adnane Remmal, a biology researcher,...
Attendees experiment with littleBits while developing preliminary prototype designs. (Images via Dina Al Zubi)
The Arabic medical portal Altibbi has closed a round of funding that is set to further shape the online medical information...
Over the past few years, Wamda has covered a lot of medical startups that provide patients with information on different health topics,...
“My passion for wood is something I’ve had for as long as I can remember, and I’ve been making small projects since I was seven,” says Shah...
As technology becomes integral to everyday life more than ever
before, the need for digitizing healthcare is ever increasing.
Many entrepreneurs in are now trying to find solutions to make
healthcare more accessible throughout the Middle East, a region
Not every startup idea begins with a happy
epiphany. Daniele Diab was first inspired to start Myschoolpulse when her
I vividly remember the first time I fell sick
when I moved away for college. It was just a seasonal cold, but it
felt like death,...
Adnan Abou Sharar, Managing Director of Axein, talks about the mobile app that gives medical advices tailored for each user, based...
Agzakhana.com is about to launch a new electronic system to manage Egyptian and Arab pharmacy sales and orders. Designed by a group of...
Update September 26, 2012: WebTeb announced the launch of its Symptom Checker, TebChecker. This tool includes extensive information...
This week's entrepreneur of the week is Ziad Sankari of CardioDiagnostics.
At QITCOM, Qatar's IT-focused conference, he describes how he ...
Entrepreneur of the Week
"We want to export U.S.-quality healthcare to
the rest of the world," says Ayman Sharaiha, explaining his
Arabic medical portal Altibbi.com has just launched two major
improvements to its comprehensive diagnosis platform: the first
When Lebanon-born, Amman-raised entrepreneur Jalil Allabadi first decided to put his father’s Arabic medical dictionary online, he focused o...
In the heart of Cairo stands Ramsis Building, an
imposing office-block whose four faces are covered in a jumble of
signs for the dozens of...
At the World Economic Forum Meeting in Jordan this May, Mahmoud Kaiyal, founder of Palestinian medical Arabic platform WebTeb, di...