Researchers from Israel’s Technion and Harvard have a new theory on how Parkinson’s disease develops; “Adif,” a special consumer and social club for people in Israel with recognized disabilities, has been launched; Israel’s foreign exchange reserves rose by another $1.97 billion during April, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS New understanding about Parkinson’s Researchers from… Read more »

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US Department of Defense awards $9.2 million contract to Israeli medical startup; Master’s program at Israeli college trains students to help special-needs children reach their potential; Bloomberg rates Israel’s economy  the third most stable in the world, after Hong Kong and South Korea, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Pentagon funds Israeli infection test system The US Department of Defense… Read more »

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MedyMatch has just signed separate 5-year agreements to integrate the groundbreaking technology with IBM and Samsung equipment;  the IDF gives important analysis jobs to young people with autism; Israel’s foreign exchange reserves at the end of March 2017 were just over $103 billion – an increase of $1271 million from their level at the end of February,… Read more »

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Teams of Israeli scientists have triggered cell death in tumors; High points of the Bank of Israel Annual Report include good growth, low unemployment, low inflation, rising wages, low budget deficit and good tech exports, despite a high Shekel; Israel is Mexico’s biggest investor, after the USA, Spain and Germany, and more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Israeli breakthrough… Read more »

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The MRI-focused ultrasound brain treatment from Israel’s Insightec is used at Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center to cure patients of tremors; Israel’s economy grew 4% in 2016, up from 2.5% in 2015; Harper’s Bazaar has published 30 beautiful photos of Israel, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Patient hypnotized to overcome fear of MRI The MRI-focused… Read more »

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Researchers at Israel’s Technion discovered unique amyloid fibrils used by the deadly antibiotic resistant MRSA bacteria to attack the immune system; Plans for Tel Aviv’s new Dov Neighborhood, to be constructed after Sde Dov airport is vacated, includes 2,100 affordable apartments; Chinese investment fund Blueconomy Center has raised $150 million for investing in marine and environmental technologies… Read more »

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Positive results for “wonder” cancer treatment; the Yad Sarah organization will provide distress transmitters to all elderly hospital patients living in geriatric nursing institution; the partners of the Leviathan natural gas reservoir have announced that they will invest $3.75 billion in its development, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Positive results for ‘wonder’ cancer treatment I… Read more »

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Better connections for patients needing dialysis; Israel is one of the best countries for families; The Indian Space Agency launched two Israeli satellites into orbit, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Better connections for patients needing dialysis Israeli medical device startup Laminate Medical Technologies has developed a blood vessel support device implanted in patients needing… Read more »

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New treatment to fight cancer; American humanitarian assistance organization Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Israel (JDC-Israel) teamed up with Microsoft and HP for a first JDC Social Impact Hackathon; Israel’s sale of its largest-ever euro-denominated bonds was more than four times oversubscribed, and much more.

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US approves two Teva asthma treatments, Israel’s largest voluntary organization launched a new initiative to enable disabled individuals and their families to visit Israel, Tel Aviv’s Cybertech is the second largest conference and exhibition of cyber technologies in the world, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS US approves two Teva asthma treatments The US FDA has approved… Read more »

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Israeli doctors save Arab baby with serious birth defect; British PM Theresa May called the State of Israel “a remarkable country” and “a beacon of tolerance”; Israel’s SpaceIL is one of only five teams to reach the final of the Google Lunar XPrize competition, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Israeli doctors save Arab baby… Read more »

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Israel’s Bonus BioGroup performs successful bone transplants; medics from Judea and Samaria treated a Palestinian Arab injured in a traffic accident before transferring him to the PA’s Red Crescent; The World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2016-2017 ranks Israel as the second most innovative nation in the world, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Successful… Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of January 15, 2017: Cadets in the IDF Technological Officers Training Course have developed a digital bracelet that medics attach to soldiers injured on the battlefield; Israel’s national water carrier Mekorot has begun the construction of the world’s longest tunnel for transporting water under pressure; Chefs in Tel… Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of January 8, 2017: Israeli treatments are saving lives – and the BBC reluctantly admits it; Israeli Christian leader praises religious freedom in the Jewish State; Another Chilean earthquake and Israeli alert system saves more lives, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS BBC finally admits prostate cancer treatment… Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of December 18, 2016: Israel wins $25,000 neuroscience award; Hands-free Smartphone reaches 1200 users; Israel’s new Ambassador has arrived in Turkey; New delicious variety of pomegranate, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Israeli wins $25,000 neuroscience award Israel’s Dr. Gilad Evrony was awarded the Eppendorf and Science Prize… Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of December 11, 2016: Israel Technion researchers make progress in fighting cancer; November set a record month for toursim; Israel’s new Ambassador has arrived in Turkey; three Israelis won medals at the Ju-Jitsu World Championships in Poland, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Key enzyme discovery in fight… Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of December 4, 2016: Israeli micro robots can help avoid brain surgery; Israeli NGOs helped wheelchair users hike across the Negev desert; Israel’s new Ambassador has arrived in Turkey, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Micro robots to clean pipes in the brain Israel’s Microbot develops miniature robots… Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of November 27, 2016: Israeli researchers have found a protein that stops cancer from spreading; an Ethiopian Jew is the first to become an IDF colonel; an Israeli solar-powered system reduces desalination costs by 90%, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Protein H1.0 stops cancer cells re-activating An… Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of November 20, 2016: Israel’s BiolineRX in conjunction with Ben Gurion University, Hadassah Medical Center and Novartis has developed a novel treatment that can restore liver function in patients with liver disease and injury; In a historic first, two female lawyers were appointed as Israel’s first Ethiopian judges, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of November 13, 2016: Israel’s CollPlant has been awarded the EU CE Mark for VergenixSTR, a soft tissue repair matrix for the treatment of tendinopathy; Israeli video messaging startup Glide, working on a new smartwatch project, has now announced that it is the CMRA camera for Apple’s smartwatch, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of October 30, 2016: The state-of-the-art control system installed at Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center is the first of its kind in the world; A delegation of Israeli start-ups developing technologies to assist people with disabilities are showing their products and services in Sydney Australia, and much more.

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Israel’s Intec has received a European patent for its Accordion oral treatment delivery system; US female war veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are receiving treatment in Israel, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of October 16, 2016: Israeli researchers at Israel Technion have discovered how one’s own body fights cancer treatment, strengthens tumors and causes them to spread (metastasis); Top executives from Google, Facebook, Microsoft and other multinational companies recently explained why they chose Israel for their R&D centers, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of October 9, 2016: Israeli scientists have designed new peptides that act as decoys, stopping the bacteria from binding with the receptors; Israeli aid organization IsraAID and local partner Prodev rushed to help survivors of Hurricane Matthew that devastated Haiti, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of October 2, 2016: Israel’s Collplant has reported positive results of trials of its Vergenix STR treatment for tennis elbow; Jerusalem-based Freightos set up the world’s first web market place for international freight, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of September 25, 2016: MotionCure from Israel’s Sidis Labs can provide relief from motion sickness within minutes; Muslims and Arabs who openly identify as Zionists are growing in number, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of September 11, 2016: Israeli researchers have used brainwaves of humans under strain, to control the release of medicine by tiny robots made from shells made of DNA; Israel grows more than 40 types of fruit and is one of the world’s leading fresh citrus producers and exporters, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of August 28, 2016: Researchers have unraveled the metastatic mechanism of melanoma; Scientists from Israel, Germany, the USA and UK have genetically sequenced 6000-year-old barley seeds discovered in the Yoram cave in Israel’s Judean Desert, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of August 14, 2016: Israeli biotech Pambio is developing a treatment that prevents bleeding and subsequent damage from brain hemorrhages; Forbes journalist Breanna Wilson recommends Tel Aviv as the destination of the year, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of July 31, 2016: Israel’s Aspect Imaging develops small, affordable and innovative MRI scanners; Download the United With Israel iPhone app, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of July 24, 2016: Hebrew University of Jerusalem scientists can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia in diabetics; Israeli starup Kwik has developed a way for consumers to order products from their home by pressing a button, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of July 10, 2016: Israel’s Oramed that will make life better for many of the 400 million people with diabetes with oral insulin; Israel has delivered 13 drip irrigation systems from Israel’s Netafim to farmers in San Pedro, Paraguay, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of July 3, 2016: Researchers at Israel’s Technion Institute have developed a nanomedicine technology for the targeted treatment of gastric tumors; Presidents and chancellors from top US universities and colleges have been visiting Israel to learn about innovation and opportunities for bilateral academic partnerships, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of June 26, 2016: The SafeCT-29 solution from Israel’s Medic Vision Imaging Solutions produces high-quality medical scan images but reduces radiation doses by up to 80%; The first annual Israel South Africa Water Week held successful sessions in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of June 19, 2016: Israeli research into bio-ink could potentially print human organs; Israel’s SkyFi aims to launch a network of tiny satellites to bring the Internet to remote parts of the planet, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of June 12, 2016: Israeli develops WoundClot – a gauze that absorbs 25 times its own weight of blood and forms a coagulating gel membrane on the open wound; Microsoft has inaugurated another research and development center in Israel, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of June 5, 2016: Israel’s HIL Applied Medical developed a safer, focused proton beam lasers to treat tumors; Romania’s largest water corporation signed a contract of cooperation with Jerusalem’s Hagihon, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of May 29, 2016: Researchers at Ben-Gurion University have developed an innovative anti-biofilm coating; The British army is testing and rolling out the new Israeli-made Virtus body armor system to its infantry, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of May 22, 2016: Israeli biotech Oramed has reported success in the Phase IIb study of its insulin capsule; Chinese tech giant Kuang-Chi is to launch a $300-million global fund and incubator in Israel, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of May 15, 2016: Israeli humanitarian organization IsraAID is helping many of the 90,000 evacuees from the wildfire in Alberta, Canada; Israeli fashion designer, Inbal Dror, designs a line of dresses for Beyonce’s world tour, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of May 1, 2016: Israeli surgeons successfully unblocked veins in the brain of a woman suffering from serious cerebral venous thrombosis; An Israeli delegation to the Philippines is promoting irrigation technology to cut costs and make water use by farmers more efficient, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of April 24, 2016: Israeli company develops method to stop diabetes before it starts; You’ll be pleased to hear that Israel isn’t contributing to any of the perceived chemical impacts on climate change, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of April 17, 2016: Israel’s Gamida Cell reported good results from Duke University trials of its NiCord blood cancer treatment; With the new app from Israeli startup Bonshine you can order a waterless car cleaning at your location, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of April 10, 2016: Israel’s Eximo has successfully completed a multicenter clinical trial of its laser system and unique catheters for treating peripheral artery disease; young Muslim girls are joining the Israel Defense Forces, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of April 3, 2016: Surgeons from Israel returned to Tanzania to perform more life-saving operations on African children; Israeli start-up Phresh has unveiled an organic solution which enhances the shelf life of fruit and vegetables, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of March 27, 2016: Israeli startup SoniVie has a novel system for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension, a progressive and fatal illness with no current cure; Israel’s SoftWheel aims to eliminate flat tires forever, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of March 6, 2016: Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem may have discovered a way to alleviate the shortage of organs for transplant patients; Bill Gates admits that Israeli developments in tech were “improving the world,” and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of February 28, 2016: Scientists at Israel’s Technion have discovered how to use proteins to suppress unwanted gene activity; a Kuwaiti reporter praises Israel, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of February 21, 2016: An “innovative” US immunotherapy that cured 27 of 29 “no-hope” leukemia patients was developed by Weizmann Institute Professor Zelig Eshhar; Israel is teaching water conservation in California, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of February 14, 2016: Israeli scientist discovers protein that inhibits Alzheimer’s symptoms; Israel is sending search and rescue teams to Taiwan where many have been killed and are still missing in a magnitude 6.4 earthquake, and much more.

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