Breakthrough aims to make cancer immunotherapy more accessible
Tel Aviv University’s Prof. Dan Peer says the new method is able to deliver RNA-based drugs “door-to-door,” directly to diseased cells, without harming healthy cells in the body
‘This understanding is of far-reaching significance in developing immunotherapy treatments against cancer,’ says Ben-Gurion University Dean of Medicine Prof. Angel Porgador
The technology, which was developed by Professor Abraham Katzir, from the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences at Tel Aviv University, uses a rapid and non-invasive method that causes no pain to the ...
According to Hebrew University’s Prof. Nir Friedman and Dr. Ronen Sadeh, the test is ‘extremely accurate, the test can report on the exact state and location of the disease without the need for invasive and ...
Last month, the Tel Aviv University research team announced that they found metastases can develop when the body is under both physical and psychological stress.
According to a research team from Tel Aviv University, to prevent development of metastases in weeks before and after tumor removal surgery, patients need immunotherapeutic treatment along with treatment to reduce inflammation, and physical and ...
Instead of waiting days or weeks for lab results following a cancer cell detection test, the wait will take several minutes or hours, which could potentially save lives
The international team, led by Tel Aviv University, has developed a technique that combines the use of ultrasound together with tumor-targeted microbubbles
According to the team from the Haifa Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, their findings “could potentially help cardio-oncologists slow cancer progression and improve cancer outcomes.”