Invented in Israel, the hospital-grade bed can elevate a patient from a lying to a fully standing position — and all points in between.
The Israeli company’s special therapeutic contact lenses offer a novel way to treat painful corneal edema.
An Israeli study funded by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation clears a major barrier to enabling safe transplants between species.
A new Israeli approach to providing sight to people with vision impairment uses a technique known as sensory substitution.
Israeli researchers identify protein that the influenza virus uses to overcome the body’s immune system.
Advances in prevention and treatment – and making them accessible – are credited with dropping rates of preventable blindness by more than half.
Israel’s annual International Biotechnology Conference (BioMed) attracts interest from one of Italy’s largest labs, among other foreign companies.
Nutritional supplement delays advancement of Parkinson’s and familial dysautonomia, Israeli researchers discover.
For the first time, there is hope of natural conception for young female cancer patients undergoing cancer treatment.
If a new Israeli product from IonMed gets market approval, surgeons will have a revolutionary tool in their hands for scar-free incision closure.