Breast Cancer Treatment in Israel
Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed form of cancer in women. At the Meirav Breast Center of Sheba Medical Center, our supportive, multidisciplinary team offers the latest treatments and research. Our comprehensive services include cutting-edge technologies for advanced early detection, the latest surgical techniques, and new progressive therapies.
Specific Treatments and Testing
- Early Diagnosis – we offer 3D metabolic imaging and risk assessment (MIRA) scans for very early detection
- Surgery – leading-edge procedures, such as lumpectomy skin-sparing mastectomies and lymph node biopsies with minimal node removal
- Chemotherapy – conventional and targeted; breakthrough medicationsnode
- Hormone Therapy
Advantages of Breast Cancer Treatment at Sheba
Vast Professional Experience
we see over 4000 breast cancer patients yearly; we have performed approximately 12,000 mammograms, 51,000 ultrasounds, 3,200 MRIs, and 2,500 biopsies
precise imaging devices enable early detection
attentive services, including psychosocial care
medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, endocrinologists, and surgeons work in tandem
Comfortable & Clear
a personal coordinator from the International Medical Tourism Division will provide constant assistance to ensure that your needs are met and you understand what’s happening
Sheba – Ranked In The Top Ten Best Hospitals Worldwide
Special Technologies Available at Sheba
3D Metabolic Imaging and Risk is an innovative method of optical imaging. Intended for use as a screening tool, 3D MIRA is non-invasive, uses no ionizing radiation, and is a comfortable procedure. It is particularly beneficial for women with dense breast tissue who are not good candidates for mammography.
Sentinel node sampling is an advanced surgery that removes only a minimal number of lymph nodes for examination. This speeds up recovery and reduces the long-term morbidity rate.
Revolutionary techniques for breast reconstruction include the skin-sparing mastectomy and the “micro-vascular tissue flap,” leading to reconstructed breasts with a more natural appearance.
Focused Ultrasound (FUS) which is currently in an experimental phase at Sheba, destroys the breast tumor by heating it with ultrasound waves. This non-invasive technology does not harm surrounding normal tissue.
Our Patients Share
In addition to the excellent medical care I received at Sheba, all the doctors were so kind and sensitive… I truly knew that I was in good hands with the best doctors in Israel,” says Yana.
Meet Our Doctors
Dov Zippel, MD
Head of the Meirav Breast Center Surgery Specialist, Ella Lemelbaum Institute for Immuno-Oncology
Dr. Zippel received his medical degree from Tel Aviv University. He specializes in melanoma and intraperitoneal chemotherapy.
Miri Sklair-Levy, MD
Head of the Breast Imaging Center, Meirav Breast Center
Dr. Sklair-Levy specializes in Diagnostic Radiology and Breast Imaging, with primary interests in Imaging-guided chest biopsies, mammography, US, and MRI. She is experienced in removal of lumps using an RF Intact needle and in imaging implants.
Tailor-made Medicine for Your Quality of Life
We get to know you and your individualized needs. While providing expert diagnostics and treatments, we stay focused on the human element of healthcare. You will benefit from our superior technologies within a comfortable, compassionate atmosphere. Our team will serve you with holistic and multidisciplinary care to support your overall well-being.
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Sheba Medical Center provides innovative, personalized medical care to patients from around the world. We are the largest, most comprehensive hospital in the Middle East and dedicated to providing advanced and compassionate medicine for everyone.
We welcome all cases, including the rarest and the most challenging. Our medical teams collaborate to provide the best possible health outcomes. From your initial inquiry through the long-term follow-up care, we are here for you.
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