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Israelis develop a blood test to diagnose lung cancer

The new test is able to diagnose the disease long before it spreads in the body, thus increasing the chance of survival, as many patients usually die within a few months of the diagnosis.

Each year, approximately 1.8 million new lung cancer patients are diagnosed, a 1.59 million of whom will die within the first year post-diagnosis. Most cases…

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Israeli scientists find way to detect polio outbreaks earlier

Israeli scientists have developed an improved model for detecting the polio virus before it spreads and causes an outbreak, Ben- Gurion University of the Negev said Monday

Researchers from the Beersheba university described in a paper published last Wednesday in “Science Translational Medicine” their new methodology, which uses levels of the…

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These Riveting Photos Show Israelis Helping Africans Find Clean Water

‘Unsafe water kills more people than war.”

This statement caught me off guard. “In 2017? Really?” I thought to myself. Yet hundreds and millions of Africans lack access to clean drinking water, resulting in famine, poverty and many deaths, facts those of us who take clean water for granted should contemplate as we mark World Water Day on March…

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Christians United For Israel visits United Hatzalah to learn how lifesaving is uniting the people of Israel

Last week, a special delegation from Christians United for Israel (CUFI) visited the headquarters of United Hatzalah (UH) in Jerusalem to learn about Hatzalah’s lifesaving, all-volunteer, emergency medical services (EMS) model, and to see firsthand how the Hatzalah model is uniting the peoples of Israel in the joint cause of saving lives.

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Israel turning garbage dump into energy resource

Transformed in recent years into a blossoming oasis, the former eyesore of the Gush Dan region is now not only hosting hikers on its lush green paths, but is also generating usable energy.

This week, officials launched a refuse derived fuel (RDF) plant at the Hiriya Recycling Park – a waste sorting and recycling plant that sits at the foot of the…

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10 ways Israel’s water expertise is helping the world

Using ingenuity to overcome its serious water challenges, Israel has become the go-to expert for a world facing an impending water crisis.

This year’s WATEC  expo and conference, to be held in September in Tel Aviv, is expected to attract 10,000 stakeholders from 90 countries seeking Israeli solutions for water issues.

Israel exports $2.2…

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Joint U.S.-Israeli Study Offers New Understanding of Parkinson’s Disease

Researchers from the Technion and Harvard are offering a new theory on how Parkinson’s disease develops that could change the way the neurological disease is treated.

Associate Professor Simone Engelender of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and her colleague Ole Isacson at Harvard Medical School say the toxic protein behind Parkinson’s…

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Intel to buy Mobileye for $15 billion in largest purchase of Israeli tech

US giant Intel Corp. said Monday that it has agreed to buy Mobileye, a Jerusalem-based developer of advanced vision and driver assistance systems, for $15.3 billion in a move the American chipmaker hopes will position it as a leading technology player in the fast-growing self-driving car market.

Mobileye develops the sensors and artificial…

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Alyn Hospital Pt. 3: Victim of Jerusalem Terror Attack Finds Healing

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Alyn Hospital Pt. 2: An American Pastor’s Life is Changed

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Alyn Hospital Pt. 1: Meeting the Families and Children of Alyn Hospital

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How the IDF Trains to Fight Cyber-Terrorism

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Dr. Iris Adler of IsraAID On Israel’s Great Humanitarian Work

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Israeli Doctors Treating Syrian Refugees

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Magen David Adom: Israel’s First Responders