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.
Constant low levels of cortisol destroy normal regulation of the immune system, putting stressed-out people at risk of autoimmune disorders.
A significant Israeli study shows how it’s possible to restore a balance of key proteins in brains affected by the disease.
Israeli-made ‘In the Armchair with Picasso’ art kit is getting interest from geriatric professionals around the world.
Israeli study shows that doctors with good personal preventive health habits seem to inspire their patients to follow their example.
Looking for an effective strategy against a particularly deadly form of breast cancer, Weizmann scientists have a potential winner.