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pregnant woman
Improving IVF: helping to simplify a complicated journey
IVF is a relatively common treatment for individuals who suffer from infertility problems and have trouble conceiving naturally. This amazing technique has helped huge numbers of couples have children, but it’s not without its complications. 
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“Texas: we are ready for take off!”
Urology surgeons from Tyler, Texas were the first to use the new Galaxy II in surgery in the state of Texas on May 24th 2021. In 2 cases, lead surgeon Dr Clay Williams used Galaxy II Square with Blunt 5mm stay hooks to increase access and improve vision. 
Queen's Award
June Medical honoured with prestigious Queen’s Award
Galaxy II earns a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation 
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World Wide Wonders
JUNE Medical Neomedic and International are supporting each other through a symbiotic relationship to fulfil unmet surgical needs.
hernia surgery
“Beautiful Surgery”: Inguinal Hernia With Galaxy II
Providing gentle and flexible yet reliable and strong retraction, the Galaxy II® self retaining retractor is quickly gaining popularity among hernia surgeons across the world.
Dr Wael
Saving valuable theatre time
Dr Wael Agur discusses the benefits of the Galaxy self-retaining retractors to surgeons and to patients, and describes how they can help in training the surgeons of the future.
Galaxy LUX initial feedback
Headlamps have been a part of the surgical set up for quite some time, and they provide additional light when the overhead light is not enough, or cannot be optimally positioned during surgery.
A Swedish Retractor that is WAY better than IKEA and VOLVO 😉
A comparison between Galaxy II against Ikea and Volvo. In depth look at technical aspects of Galaxy II components.
Statement from CEO JUNE Medical Angela Spang
A statement from the CEO Angela Spang regarding Galaxy-Lux products and their usage.
Launching the world’s first light for ring retractors!
JUNE Medical is delighted to announce the launch of the Galaxy II® LUX – the worlds’ first self-retaining ring retractor with light.