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Israeli startup develops breakthrough in radiation cancer therapy
Tested on more than 6,000 animals, the technology has been discovered “to be effective and safe for various indications, including tumors considered to be resistant to standard radiotherapy.”
3D bioprinted lungs to be available for global transplants
Abigail Klein Leichman
The BioInk product line also includes a soft-tissue-repair matrix for treating tendinopathy, as well as a wound repair matrix to promote a rapid optimal healing of acute and chronic wounds.
$10 million cardiac center dedicated at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem
It more than doubles the department’s ability to treat patients with heart problems, featuring 11 intensive-care private rooms, 11 post-catheterization beds and 32 beds in the general cardiac ward.
US study shows tefillin-wrapping may protect men from heart attacks
The tight binding of the arm may offer protection against “acute ischemic reperfusion injury,” in which the heart is deprived of oxygen during a heart attack, then damaged by the reintroduction of oxygen.
Major company acquisitions in Israel in September
September was a big month for the acquisition of Israeli companies in the international marketplace, with six big deals going through during the High Holiday season, according to a report by Israel21c.
Former Israeli prime minister Barak appointed chair of medical marijuana company
In a statement, InterCure said Ehud Barak’s “stature” will be helpful for the company’s development.
Patient receives new knee made from coral, thanks to Israeli startup company
Agili-C, which is made of a material derived from the exoskeletons of coral, is currently undergoing clinical studies centering around the regeneration of damaged cartilage and bone. More than 70 patients have been treated with the implant so far worldwide.
New Israeli app geared to help allergy sufferers in medical emergencies
In the event of an allergy emergency, the sufferer activates the app, which dispatches the nearest registered user to dispense his own personal dose of the vital medicine.