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New Research From Rabin Medical Center May Lead to Cure for Melanoma

March 10, 2017
A group of researchers from Tel Aviv University has discovered how malignant tumors from melanoma, the deadly skin cancer, work. The group is led by a young lecturer and researcher, Dr. Carmit Levy.


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Rabin Medical Center Saves Breast Cancer Patients with New Mammography Techniques

March 3, 2017
A researcher at Zebra Medical Vision has created a new mammography algorithm that uses machine and deep learning to diagnose breast cancer (BC), with results that the company claims are superior to those achieved using current methods.


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Medical School Graduates Rate Israel's Rabin Medical Center a Top Choice for Residency

February 24, 2017
The city that never stops – Tel Aviv – continues to be the strongest draw among medical school graduates who want to serve as interns in hospitals.


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Fresh from the Blog: Vital Signs Health Trends

Tumor Test Helps Identify Which Breast Cancers Don’t Require Extra Treatment

Tumor Test Helps Identify Which Breast Cancers Don’t Require Extra Treatment For years, doctors have focused on detecting breast cancer at the earliest possible moment after a tumor develops so treatment can start right away. But more and more studies are showing many small, early tumors don’t present a danger. So, when is it safe… Continue reading Tumor Test Helps Identify Which Breast Cancers Don’t Require Extra Treatment


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Effective Immunotherapy Steps Closer With New T Cell Study

Effective Immunotherapy Steps Closer With New T Cell Study  In a recent study, researchers report some progress in developing an immunotherapy for ovarian cancer. However, they also outline the considerable challenges that remain before the treatment can be made effective for this and other cancers that have solid tumors. The researchers presented the findings at… Continue reading Effective Immunotherapy Steps Closer With New T Cell Study


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My Breast Cancer Story by Rebecca Guenther

  In March of 2013 after a routine mammogram I received a diagnosis of breast cancer. After discovering that I was a carrier of the BRCA2 mutation I had a bilateral mastectomy in April, breast reconstruction and ovarian removal in May. Fortunately, the cancer was small, only in one breast, and hadn’t spread to the… Continue reading My Breast Cancer Story by Rebecca Guenther


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