israel medical breakthroughs

Tel Aviv University researchers Nir Gonen, Prof. Inna Slutsky, Boaz Styr and Daniel Zarihin
Tel Aviv University researchers discover path to new epilepsy treatment

The findings were published on Monday in peer-reviewed scientific journal Neuron.

29/04/2019
Israeli neurological breakthroughs at Shaare Zedek

“It is amazing,” says Eichel, “that in just three years, we have been able to develop a center that provides nearly all the neurological services."

Autism
President Rivlin helps to promote increased awareness of autism

The event included an art exhibition by autistic artists and musical performances by autistic singers and musicians.

Trial-In CEO Nir Erez.
Israeli firm offers hope to cancer patients beyond standard care

"Even today, in each cancer patient that I meet, I see my mother and want to save them," said Nir Erez of medical company Trial-In Pharma.

24/03/2019
ZygoFix's spin and an illustration of the human spine
Israeli med-tech startup aims to end chronic back pain

Eight out of 10 Americans will have back problems at some time during their life. ZygoFix offers a tiny solution that provides huge impact.

The eyes have it

The treatment of ophthalmological diseases has never been more advanced, but preventing them is even better.

Cribs for newborn babies are seen through an window at a nursery in a hospital in Jerusalem, Septemb
TAU scientists find way to detect pregnancy-related complication

Identifying the condition promptly can be followed by treatment that saves lives.

New Israeli tech replaces scalpel with no-cut alternative

The technology developed at the Technion softens the collagen fibers by means of a controlled release system of collagenase, an enzyme that breaks down the collagen.

Weizmann Institute of Science.
Weizmann researchers discover how bacteria can hinder chemotherapy

Exciting new research from one of Israel's top institutes.

'Start Up Nation' creates miracles, eliminates Parkinson's tremors painlessly

"It's a joy to be able to write a legible sentence, apply make-up in less than a half-hour, or just hold the paper on which my sermon is written, without it shaking wildly." - Rabbi Mintz.

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07/09/2017
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