From a blood test for breast cancer, to tumor removal without surgery, Israeli inventors are transforming the diagnosis and treatment for cancer.
As international airports go on alert after a deadly Ebola outbreak in Africa, ISRAEL21c talks to the Israeli who may be on the way to a cure.
Research offers the potential for restoring memory and protecting the brain of patients with this debilitating disease.
TopClosure, invented by an Israeli plastic surgeon, allows for quickly and temporarily closing skin over an open wound in an emergency setting.
Keeping fragile newborns in Ashkelon safe under bombardment from Gaza is no easy matter.
Despite tension and worry, Israelis use their creativity and out-of-the-box thinking not only to endure the trauma but to rise above it.
Mistakes in prescribing drugs cause hundreds of thousands of deaths and injuries. Israel’s MedAware has devised a system to identify errors in real time.
MercyBeam, a unique X-ray condensing system from Israel, is on the path to market as leading hospitals are eager to use it for cancer patients of all ages.
New Israeli subscription service Cups allows New Yorkers the privilege of drinking unlimited cups of coffee at selected cafés.
Israeli developers come to the rescue with apps for everything from monitoring blood sugar to finding the nearest cardiac catheterization lab.