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Israeli-made treatment for non-melenoma skin cancer in development

Preclinical in-vitrio research done by MediWound as well as existing research have found that bromelain has anti-cancer properties.

Nano-vaccine enhances the sensitivity of melanoma to immunotherapy to destroy cancer

Cancers hurt, starve themselves to trick immune system, new study finds

To avoid the immune system, melanoma breaks down the amino acid tryptophan, stopping cells from properly functioning, but the cancer cells are able to do so despite lacking tryptophan themselves.

Cancer cells [illustrative]

Tel Aviv University attempts to treat skin cancer with nanotechnology

Their findings were published in the August 2020 issue of 'Advanced Therapeutics' as the cover article.

Dr. Assaf Zaritsky's research photos

Israeli scientists take leap toward understanding why skin cancer spreads

Melanomas are a form of aggressive skin cancer. The scientists say that they have made a first and important step in developing novel treatments and eventually a cure.

Head and neck melanomas increasing, especially among boys and young men

Older age, male gender and non-Hispanic white race/ethnicity were all associated with an increased incidence of head and neck melanoma.

Tel Aviv University Sackler School of Medicine

Fat cells can trigger melanoma, says TAU study

When fat cells were removed from the melanoma in laboratory tests, the cancer cells "calmed down and stopped migrating."

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