A study conducted at Sheba Medical Center found that three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine provide significant protection against the Omicron variant
Not long before tensions in the Ukraine escalated, Vera arrived in Israel to undergo life-saving treatment: the first of its kind for a girl her age.
New Sheba research suggests non-invasive stool samples may replace colonoscopies in many cases. Click here to learn more.
Clinicians from Sheba will work with peers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute to identify the root cause of Rett syndrome, a rare but debilitating disease.
A new Sheba Medical Center study finds no link between COVID-19 vaccines and infertility. Click here to learn more.
New research has uncovered both the cause and a possible treatment for ALS, a degenerative muscle condition that affects tens of thousands of people worldwide.
Equipped with the latest technologies, Sheba’s new Interventional Radiology Center of Excellence is expected to become “an international lodestone.” Click here to learn more:
Sheba’s world-renowned medical simulation research expert, Prof. Amitai Ziv, has been awarded the prestigious Lennox K. Black Prize for Excellence in Biomedical Research
New technology could free up time for hospital workers and speed up the delivery of medication to patients.
In a unique online event, medical professionals from dozens of countries gathered to hear about the latest developments in cancer care from Sheba experts
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