Not only is Sheba Medical Center one of only a handful of medical centers in the world to provide revolutionary CAR-T therapy, but there are many additional unique benefits to receiving the treatment at Sheba.
Trial of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by the Israel Institute of Biological Research is set to move into Phase II within a few weeks.
Recent research conducted in Israel showed how the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing system can be effective against metastatic cancer.
A recent partnership between Sheba and Toronto General aims to advance lung transplantation in Israel, revolutionizing how the procedure is performed.
Two more reasons to be proud of our Sheba family! Prof. Ella Mendelssohn, director at Sheba’s Virology Lab, was the first scientist to receive a sample of the coronavirus in Israel.
Proper hand hygiene is a vital part of preventing the spread of COVID-19, and an Israeli company has redesigned the sink to help people get squeaky clean.
Hospitals in Israel report a high number of patients suffering from chronic COVID. In this condition, various serious symptoms appear after recovery, and they can last a long time.
For the second year in a row, the Ministry of Health’s National Quality Indicators Report recognized Sheba as a leading force in health care quality and patient safety.
To keep schools open for safe learning, an inventive pilot program for rapid corona testing was designed by Sheba and launched this week.
Thanks to a groundbreaking flexible microcatheter developed by BENDIT Technologies, a 74-year old man suffering from a “giant” brain aneurysm survived.
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