Friday, October 19, 2018
An Israeli company is helping children with mobility impairments in the developing world attend school.
BGU study concludes red wine is beneficial to Type 2 Diabetics.
An Israeli scientist is unlocking the link between the immune system and the brain.
Students at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are developing an innovative micro-antenna to focus radiation on tiny tumors in the digestive tract.
A delegation from Thomas Jefferson University visited the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Faculty of Medicine in Jerusalem.
Two studies focus on new potential drug-treatment research through a careful study of, and link between, colorectal cancer and melanoma.
The most common form of white blood cells contain different subtypes, of which some fight the cancer and others promote its progression.
A team of Israeli brothers have a invented a safe, lighter alternative to traditional breast implants.
Canada's Jewish General Hospital says it plans to disregard a new bill banning religious symbols from public sites.
Israeli scientists are making great strides in the efforts to combat bacteria that doesn't respond to drug treatment.


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