Cancer

  • A DISPENSING chemist prepares drugs for a chemotherapy treatment in a sterile room at Antoine- Lacas

    Cancer remains Israel’s biggest killer

    By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH

  • Prof. Yossi Shiloh

    A four-decade disease detective

    By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH

  • A WORSHIPER prays at the Western Wall

    This normal life: Please don't pray for me - here's what you can do instead

    By BRIAN BLUM

  • CANCER PATIENTS sit in a chemotherapy ward while receiving treatment at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospit

    THIS NORMAL LIFE: What getting chemotherapy is really like

    By BRIAN BLUM

  • Color

    Discoverer of gene mutation: women over 30 should undergo home saliva test

    By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH

  • mental health

    ICA: Colonoscopies could save 3,000 Israelis every year

    By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH

  • Pregnant woman

    Diabetes during pregnancy is a warning sign for mother and fetus

    By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH

  • A DISPENSING chemist prepares drugs for a chemotherapy treatment in a sterile room at Antoine- Lacas

    Fateful decisions, cancer and faith

    By BRIAN BLUM

  • Mayor Nir Barkat

    Grapevine: We hear you, sister

    By GREER FAY CASHMAN

  • A hallway in the pediatric hematology, oncology department of the Hadassah-University Medical Center

    Aftermath of the earthquake at Hadassah

    By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH

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