Olga from Ukraine tells her story of surviving ovarian cancer amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

Surviving Ovarian Cancer

Patient story of choosing Sheba Medical Center in Israel for tumor removal surgery to treat ovarian cancer. In the midst of coronavirus, her life was saved.
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How We Were Finally Able to Become Parents

Once all medical attempts and testing were exhausted, we were informed that treatment was not an option. Adoption was recommended as our only choice.
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How I took charge of my disease: CAR T-cell therapy at Sheba Medical Center

An inspiring patient story of treatment for diffuse large b-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) and chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) with CAR-T cell therapy in Israel.
When diagnosed with AML, support is necessary.

How Innovative CAR-T Cell Therapy Put Demetrio’s AML into Remission

About two years ago, Demetrio Demitris celebrated his 40th birthday and decided it was time to lose some weight. Before starting on a new diet regimen, he went to his physician to do some blood tests.
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IVF – A chance at becoming a parent

Irina’s husband was diagnosed with azoospermia – lack of sperm in the semen. The Russian doctors routinely informed them that having children was simply not in the cards.
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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.
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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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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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Tamir Gilat – Human Lab Rat & Cancer Survivor

According to all the doctors’ prognoses, Tamir Gilat should not be alive right now. After he was diagnosed with cancer in 2011, he was given three months to live.
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Riram Muzalbet Receives the Ultimate Heart-Lifting Gift

About a month ago, an advanced portable artificial heart system was brought from Germany to Israel especially for Riram. Thanks to this “heart in a suitcase,” she became mobile and was able to attend her older brother’s wedding, which was obviously a joyous highlight of the family event.
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Baby Filip – The Story of His Cardiac Surgeries at Sheba

Filip and his twin sister were born on June 12, 2019, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The babies were premature, delivered at 34 weeks of pregnancy and weighed less than 4.4 lb. (2 kilo) each.