In an extraordinary tale of courage and resilience, young Mishka, a Ukrainian boy, has embarked on a risky journey from the frontlines of his war-torn country to Israel, seeking life-saving heart surgery.
Key enzyme discovery in fight against cancer; Israeli biotech Neurim signed marketing agreements for its new treatment for sleep disorders in children with autism and neurogenetic diseases; Israeli surgeons from Save a Child’s Heart saved 14 young, faulty hearts, and much more. By: Michael Ordman ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Key enzyme discovery in fight against cancer Israel Technion... Read more »
Save a Child’s Heart is an Israeli-based international, non-profit organization, that saves lives by improving the quality of cardiac care for children from developing countries and creating centers of medical competence in these countries.
Israeli students developed a one-handed thoracic portal opener that shortens the procedure time of chest-tube insertion from minutes to less than 30 seconds, and another Israeli researcher has discovered that Gallium in liquid form can rapidly halt uncontrolled bleeding, without causing blood clots.
Israel’s BioLight Life Sciences has completed a successful US clinical study designed to assess the effectiveness of a test evaluating tears’ components of patients suffering from dry eye syndrome, and Israeli startup SoniVie has a novel system for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension.
With the on-going murderous attacks by some Arabs on Jews, you may be surprised to discover that there are still many recent examples of co-existence and cooperation between Jews and Arabs both inside and outside of Israel.
It’s clear from recent anti-Israel resolutions that the UN doesn’t care what happens in the Middle East. In contrast, Israel continues to perform the good deeds that a caring world really should be cheering.