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Fighting Hodgkin’s Lymphoma - Story of Georgii

I am immensely grateful to all the people who made my treatment in Israel possible: the German charity fund, people in my home country and in Ukraine who helped raise money for my treatment and the Israeli charity fund Chance4life.
melanoma treatment in Israel

Instead of Surrendering to Melanoma, Alexander Came to Israel for Treatment

16 years ago, Alexander Bragilevsky received a devastating diagnosis of melanoma. He immediately underwent treatment in Russia, but the results were not encouraging. At a certain point, the doctors lost hope, discontinued Alexander’s treatment and left him with a prescription for strong painkillers.
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Sheba Video on Wearable Health Monitors Ranked in Top 25 Cardiology Videos in 2019

In a 12-minute video, Robert Klempfner, MD, Director of the Cardiovascular Prevention Institute at Sheba Medical Center, explains the use of wearable technologies to manage personalized, remote cardiac rehabilitation programs for patients.
cancer recovery

Marina's Road to Cancer Recovery

After initial examinations, her doctors in Israel prescribed chemotherapy and radiation simultaneously. This treatment regimen lasted three and half months, and initial results showed the therapy had been effective.
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IVF – Helping People with Infertility Have Babies

In sum, the IVF process involves the collection of mature eggs from ovaries and their fertilization by sperm in a laboratory. The embryo(s), which are the fertilized egg(s), are then placed in the uterus to develop and grow until they are ready to be born.
bone marrow transplantation

Bone Marrow Transplantation: Helping the Body Stay Alive

There are two types of bone marrow transplants, autologous (cells from the patient’s own body) and allogeneic (cells from a donor). Both types work by infusing filtered stem cells into the patient to replace destroyed or diseased bone marrow.
Spina Bifida

Breakthrough Procedure Performed at Sheba: Intrauterine Surgery to Repair Spina Bifida

Spina bifida is a birth defect in the neural tube, which occurs when the spine and spinal cord don’t form correctly.
Sheba Helps to Save Lives in Samoa

Sheba Helps to Save Lives in Samoa

Since October, approximately 4,700 cases of measles have been diagnosed in Samoa, a tiny nation in the Pacific Islands.
metastatic melanoma

TIL Immunotherapy Reprograms the Body’s Cells to Become Cancer Killers

Doctors surgically remove part of the tumor and then isolate the tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL) from it and genetically engineer them to hunt down and attack cancer cells.
CAR T-Cell

Revolutionary CAR T-Cell Therapy Gives New Hope to Leukemia and Lymphoma Patients

Advanced medical technology has led to the development of CAR T-cell therapy, a breakthrough treatment for ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukemia) and NHL (non-Hodgkin lymphoma).
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