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“I don’t know whether the effect of fat cells on melanoma depends on the amount of fat cells,” Levy said. “It’s a very good question but we haven’t looked at it.”
According to the World Cancer Research Fund, in 2018 there were about 18 million new cases of cancer worldwide.
Hope is that successful trials will allow Rafael Pharmaceuticals will receive expedited FDA approval by late 2020.
All in all, cancer was the leading cause of death in Israel between the years 2000-2015.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Tel Aviv University geneticist Prof. Yossi Shiloh has a life’s mission to solve the riddle of ataxia-telangiectasia.
Best practices when speaking with someone who's ill.
By BRIAN BLUM
To paraphrase Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, “Needles, why did it have to be needles!”
King, a pioneer in the field of medical genetics, will receive the Dan David International Prize for her “outstanding contribution to humanity” in Tel Aviv in May.
A total of 3,016 Israelis – 1,503 men and 1,513 women – were diagnosed in 2015 with colorectal cancer, a disease that is preventable by undergoing a colonoscopy to find and remove precancerous polyps
The latest in Israeli medical technology and research.
Fear of making a decision is not exclusive to health, of course. It rears its indecisive head whenever any kind of really big choice is in play: choosing a partner, a school, a job.
Titled “We hear you Sister,” this special performance is for women who are coping with cancer or who have coped with cancer in the past.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
A year after the imbroglio over treating Jerusalem-area children with cancer exploded into the headlines, Judy Siegel-Itzkovich returns to the scene and reports Cancer is the villain.
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