groupthink

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groupthink

(gro͞op′thĭngk′)
n.
The act or practice of reasoning or decision-making by a group, especially when characterized by uncritical acceptance or conformity to prevailing points of view.
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As MindGuard progresses with its clinical plan (3 human implantations of the Diverter performed so far), we are confident that Mr.
Alon Lumbroso, the CEO of MindGuard said: "I would like to take this opportunity to thank David Gal for his tremendous contribution to MindGuard in his 2-year tenure as Active Chairman of the Board of Directors, during which he led the company into a strategic joint venture with Medtronic Inc.
Ofer Yodfat, Founder and Chief Medical Officer at Mindguard.
David Gal, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Mindguard, added: "The completion of this financing round and the distribution agreement with Medtronic are both important milestones in Mindguard's short history.
MindGuard, based in Caesarea, Israel, has developed The Diverter(TM) System, an implantable system intended to be deployed in the carotid arterial bifurcation - the main bifurcation point for blood flow to the brain from the heart.
As we have seen, dissenters are dealt with in part via the emergence of mindguards.