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7 Recent Israeli Breakthroughs In Cancer Research And Detection

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No Camels reports that there are over 100 types of cancer – but no cure. Thankfully, Israeli innovators and scientists keep making exciting breakthroughs in cancer research and detection:

1. Israeli researchers kill a cancerous tumor with synthetic cells

Israeli scientists at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have successfully treated a cancerous tumor, eradicating its cancer cells using a “nano-factory” – a synthetic cell that produces anti-cancer proteins within the tissue, the Technion announced in February

Synthetic cells, the prestigious Haifa-based university says, “are artificial systems with capacities similar to, and, at times, superior to those of natural cells.”

After experimenting with the synthetic cells in a lab, the technology was tested on mice where the proteins produced by the engineered particles eradicated the cancer cells once they reached the tumor, the Technion said.

Read the full list of seven here.

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