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Cancer patients' own cells used in 3D printed tumours to test treatments

The scientists extract "a chunk" of the tumour from the brain of a patient with glioblastoma - an aggressive cancer with a very poor prognosis - and use it to print a model matching their MRI scans (Reuters August 19, 2021)

Tel Aviv University researchers create 3D print of active glioblastoma tumor

This scientific breakthrough will make it possible to predict the best treatments for patients much more quickly, accelerate the development of new drugs and the discovery of new drug targets (i24NEWS, August 18, 2021)

Potential cure for Glioblastoma discovered

Incredible news in the field of oncology. Researchers at TAU revealing a potential breakthrough in the search for a cure for brain cancer (ILTV Israel News, APRIL 12, 2021)

The weak point of cancer cells

New research may lead to the development of drugs that will exploit a unique vulnerability in cancer cells (TAU, Apr 2021)

"The cancer will continue to be here. Our goal is to turn it into a chronic disease"

Inspirational Women in Medicine - Prof. Pia Raanani

Congratulations to all the Healthcare Professional ladies covered in this special Haaretz issue (Haaretz, Mar, 2021)

The link between meat and dairy consumption and cancer morbidity

Dr. Vered Padler-Karavani, The Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research, Faculty of Life Sciences TAU, (Kan11 News, 5.2.2021)

Israeli scientists say they’ve found "Achilles’ heel" of cancer cells

Breakthrough study unveils vulnerability of malignant cells with high degree of chromosomal instability and could lead to new treatments (The Jerusalem Post, Jan 28, 2021)

Winners announced: 2020 Nature Research Awards for Mentoring in Science - Israel

Cancer researcher Neta Erez and molecular biologist Tal Pupko jointly receive the mid-career award (Eurekalert! 21.12.2020)

Dairy and red meat increase risk of colorectal cancer

The study was led by Vered Padler-Karavani of the Department of Cell Research and Immunology at the Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research at TAU (ISRAEL21c, 23.10.2020)

Israeli scientists develop technology to kill aggressive cancer cells

Tel Aviv University researchers compare the DNA-altering treatment to tiny 'molecular scissors' used to target even metastatic cancer cells, showing promising results in tests on mice, with human trials expected to begin in 2 years (Ynet, 12.1.2020)

Engineered T cells could assassinate solid tumor cells

Novel immunotherapy extends therapy now used in fighting leukemia, Israeli researchers say (ISRAEL21c 13.10.2019)

Scientific breakthrough: beat skin cancer without chemotherapy - through vaccination

The vaccine, developed by an Israeli researcher at TAU, has already been shown to be effective in mice - both as preventative therapy and as a cure for active disease (Channel 12 News, 1.10.2019)

"Can help postpone surgery"

Israeli research that can lead to colon cancer prevention (Kan11 News, 24.9.2019)

Tel Aviv University scientists develop a vaccine for skin cancer

So far the vaccine has been proven effective in mice in preventing the development of melanoma and in treating primary tumors and metastases that result from the disease (ISREAL HAYOM 6.8.2019)

Israelis discover way to prevent melanoma turning lethal

Israeli researchers find "potential hope" for some pancreatic cancer patients

New drug stalls progression of disease for patients who have the BRCA genetic mutations, study by Sheba Medical Center with AstraZeneca and Merck shows (THE TIMES OF ISRAEL, 2.6.2019)

Allergy-triggering cells could be used to fight colon cancer, Israel study says

Tel Aviv University researchers say cancer-fighting skills of eosinophils, the white blood cells that are responsible for allergies, could pave way to new drugs (THE TIMES OF ISRAEL, 23.1.2019)


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