Friday, May 29, 2020
The New York Times recently explored the crucial efforts of a Jewish hospital sitting in the center of Tehran.
A team of Israeli brothers have a invented a safe, lighter alternative to traditional breast implants.
Standard laboratory tests require hours or even days to determine if an illness is caused by bacterial, fungal or viral origins.
Israel father-son team develop low-cost insulin pump.
A rare procedure performed at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem prevented a 3-year-old Palestinian boy from the Gaza Strip from becoming paralyzed.
Hebrew University and the Hadassah Medical Center announced the establishment of the first interdisciplinary autism center in the Middle East.
Dr. Henry Heimlich has used his own lifesaving technique for the first time at the age of 96.
Dr. Ami Citri of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has received the prestigious $100,000 Adelis Brain Research Award.
An Israeli team is working on a vaccine to keep cancer in remission.
The granddaughter of Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh was treated in an Israeli hospital recently, according to Palestinian reports.
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