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COVID-19’s silver lining: Embracing technology in healthcare

Working with international and local partners, Sheba developed more than 40 inventions in two-and-a-half months and is now engaged in close to 200 projects that center around coronavirus.

Sheba Medical Center names winner of coronavirus data challenge

The competition entailed AI researchers receiving anonymous data that had been extracted from hundreds of coronavirus patients.

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Israeli app allows online psychiatric evaluations for mental health patients

This is the first time a replacement service to hospitalization has been made available in Israel.

Suzy Levy, 66, dedicated nurse who refused to retire, dies of COVID-19

Levy was eligible for retirement at 62, but she continued to report to work, even as the impact of the pandemic became clear.

For COVID-19 patients, life after ventilators plagued with challenges

Ventilated patients can lose their independent capacity to breathe. Some people are presenting with small blood clots.

Farid Mustafa from Nablus (left) and Akram Abu Salah from Gaza train at Sheba Medical Center
Sheba doctor teaches Palestinians to treat coronavirus

Bar-On: Palestinians are worried Arab citizens of Israel could spread virus to territories

 Israeli Professor Galia Rahavm, head of infectious diseases, is seen in one of the rooms where retu
Injecting a healthy dose of harsh reality into coronamania

We don’t need apocalyptic fictional Hollywood zombie movies to show us the future when reality is staring us right in the face – with solutions within our grasp.

Sheba cancer scientist to receive Israel Prize for Medical Science

Prof. Rechavi has dedicated his life to researching the genetic aspects of various cancers, including RNA sequencing, and has published 330 scientific papers in various medical journals.

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