Charting New Roads
Awareness changes your destiny
On behalf of the many patients who have been given a second chance, we thank you for the role you have in our international bone marrow registry. Through your involvement and support, you are a key partner in our mission of saving patients for whom a stem cell transplant is the sole chance of survival.
Dr. Talia Golan, the director of the Sheba Pancreatic Cancer Center, has made an exciting breakthrough in the search for an effective treatment for metastatic pancreatic cancer. Although years of effort and significant resources have been devoted to the illness, very few studies thus far have shown progress in finding a suitable treatment for this
Researchers recently made a significant discovery related to pancreatic cancer. When the ataxia-telangiectasia group D complementing (ATDC) gene was removed from a group of cancer-prone mice, none of the mice developed cancer. Cancer in the pancreas is a particularly deadly form of the dreaded disease. It is often diagnosed late and tends to resist treatment.
Researchers at Purdue University have developed a new technology that may disrupt the current methodology for genetic editing using the Argonaute protein from Natronobacterium gregoryi (NgAgo). Gene editing is a hot topic among the international scientific community, and it is not without controversy. As a result, the World Health Organization has demanded the establishment of
Alex and Rosa Dembitzer just returned from Costa Rica where they sponsored an event for the Jewish community to raise awareness about BRCA genes. The BRCA Gene BRCA is the acronym for the BReast CAncer susceptibility gene. Everyone has BRCA genes, which play an important role in suppressing tumors from growing. However, when these genes
We are very excited for International Tennis Federation (ITF) tournament winner Sabrina Kalandrov. This is a magnificent victory for Sabrina and her dedicated coaches on the Israel Tennis Centers (ITC) National Girls Team. Building Life Skills Through Tennis The Northern Charitable Foundation is a sponsor of the ITC High-Performance Girls Teams. Founded in 1976, the
Ignorance About Predisposition to Certain Cancers A recent study interviewing more than 50,000 subjects has found that as many as eight of ten people are unaware that they may be genetically disposed to several types of cancer. Most people only find out retroactively once they have already been diagnosed that they were at high risk
Genome Study Says Maybe New research unveiled five clusters of genetic variants differentiated by diverse cellular processes within the existing main divisions of insulin-deficient and insulin-resistant disease. It turned out that a עenomic study may have the potential to help cure type 2 diabetes. A More Focused Approach is Called For The majority of sufferers
Can a Self-Inquiry Technique Help Breast Cancer Survivors? In 1986 Byron Katie developed a self-inquiry method that showed great potential for improving emotional and physical wellbeing. It’s called ‘The Work’ and is described by many as a simple yet powerful process. A recent study published by the European Journal of Integrative Medicine sought to establish
Israel Tennis Center June 20 at 8:51 AM The annual celebration of the ITC girls’ teams took place yesterday with the participation of about 50 girls between the ages of 10 to 17, from our Centers in Tiberias, Ramat Hasharon, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Akko, Jerusalem, Beer Sheva, Jaffa and Yokne’am. The teams are operated by