A globally praised prostate cancer treatment was developed in Israel; an ultrasound machine for treating tremors is produced by Israel’s Insightec; Tel Aviv University researchers discovered that a popular food supplement can reverse the effects of a debilitating neurodegenerative disorder, and much more.
Key enzyme discovery in fight against cancer; Israeli biotech Neurim signed marketing agreements for its new treatment for sleep disorders in children with autism and neurogenetic diseases; Israeli surgeons from Save a Child’s Heart saved 14 young, faulty hearts, and much more. By: Michael Ordman ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Key enzyme discovery in fight against cancer Israel Technion… Read more »
Hebrew University of Jerusalem scientists’ development of TXM peptides can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia in diabetics; Israeli startup Biotreat 21 has invented what it calls a miracle cream, claiming it could completely regrow damaged skin, and much more.
Israeli researchers may have solved the main issue surrounding organ transplants, and researchers at Tel Aviv University have discovered evidence of colon cancer in the mummified remains of an 18th century Hungarian corpse.
A cancer study hailed this week as potentially showing revolutionary results for the treatment of leukemia is based on research undertaken by Prof. Zelig Eshhar of Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science.
Researchers at Israel’s Bar-Ilan University are developing gold nano-rods to help identify and treat blocked arteries, and scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have destroyed the HIV virus using peptides containing multiple copies of the virus’ DNA.
Scientists at Tel Aviv University and Rabin Medical Center have discovered they can detect lung cancer early in smokers by performing a CT scan at the time they are admitted as pneumonia patients. Often, the pneumonia is caused by young cancer cells blocking air pathways.
Israel’s Novotalk is the only app that includes a therapy aspect for stuttering intervention, and researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have developed a molecule which targets metastatic human melanoma and colon cancer.
An Israeli Professor has developed a unique biomechanical method for the early detection of metastatic (secondary) cancer, and Israeli students have developed a new imaging method for gallbladder removal.
Israel’s BioSight has developed a “Trojan Horse” chemotherapy treatment through which cancer cells are fooled into self-destruction, and Israel’s BioBlast announced promising interim results from tests for treatment for muscular dystrophy.
Israel’s Hello Heart iPhone, Apple Watch and Android phone app reveals that, after six weeks use, 25% of users had reduced their blood pressure with an average drop of 24 points, and Israel’s Rosetta Genomics has received a US patent for the treatment of prostate cancer.