Apparently Israel is a big venue for human clinical trials for drugs, medical devices, etc., and there is a sophisticated legal framework for such trials there.
I know nothing about how human clinical trials are registered or overseen in Israel, but apparently it’s done under the auspices of the Ministry of Health.
If we could find out the exact agency or office within the Israeli MOH, then maybe we could track down a record of the Pilogics/Pilox trials, and more details.
I would assume that if Israel regulates human clinical trials so carefully, then the Pilogics trials would be registered and “official”, and some official public version of their description would be available through the regulating agency.
Furthermore if this device is actually being clinically tested, there has to be at least one licensed Israeli physician (MD) involved. Like, for instance when Intercytex was doing clinical trials in Manchester, England, Dr. Bessam Farjo was the medical doctor actually administering the procedure to the trials patients.
Who is/are the Israeli medical doctor(s) administering the testing to the Pilox trials patients?