Malignant cells will destroy themselves

Scientists around the world are developing alternative methods of cancer treatment, improved techniques, advanced surgeries are being performed to fight the disease. In modern cancer therapy, side effects are already much less significant than 30 years ago. Life...

Sheba Medical Center (Tel HaShomer)

Ramat Gan, Israel
Sheba Hospital, also known as the Sheba Medical Center (in the name of it's founder and first director - Chaim Sheba), as well as Tel HaShomer - it is the largest medical center not only in Israel, but in the entire Middle East region. Sheba consists of two hospitals - general and rehabilitation hospital .
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Assuta Medical Center

Tel-Aviv, Israel
Assuta is one of the most well-known medical centers in Israel. In fact, this is not just a medical center, but an entire country-wide network. Assuta is owned by the second largest Israeli health insurance company Maccabi, and it employs leading specialists from many different areas of Israeli medicine. The largest hospital of the network is Assuta Ramat-Hayal, which opened its doors in 2009.
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Charite hospital

Germany,
One of the oldest medical centers in Europe, Charité nurtured within its walls more than half of the German Nobel Prize winners in medicine. As a university clinic, connected with not one, but two famous Universities in Berlin (Humboldt and Free University), Charité is on the cutting edge of modern scientific research and offers its patients the most modern and high-quality treatment of their illnesses.
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Laryngeal cancer

Head & Neck Oncology Laryngeal cancer is a disease, which appears mainly in man in their fifties, who are usually heavy smokers. Statistics show that throat cancers are more common in people who live in big cities, while others rarely suffer from this form of oncological disease. Only 70%...

Basal cell carcinoma

Onco-Dermatology Basal cell carcinoma is a malignant tumor of epithelial layer of the skin. Basal cell carcinoma is common among the elderly, it develops slowly and appears most often on the face and on the scalp (skin of the head where the hair grows). Bazalioma never infiltrates in...

Adenocarcinoma

Gastrointestinal Oncology Adenocarcinoma (glandular cancer) is a malignant tumor, which is formed from glandular epithelium. Glandular cells are present in all the organs of external and internal secretion. Gastric chief cells have exactly the same characteristics as the normal epithelium, but...

Cervical cancer

Gynecologic Oncology Cervical cancer is s serious illness, which affects more than 600,000 women each year. The risk group of women from 35 to 55 years of age. In older age, chances to become sick with cervical cancer are significantly lower. Younger women are also rarely affected by this...

Hodgkin’s lymphoma

Oncology-Hematology The term “lymphoma” describes a variety of cancer diseases originating in lymph nodes or their elements, and also from extranodal lymphoid tissue. Two main groups had been defined, on order to classify lymphomas: non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (genetic...