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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, May 30, 2017


Some risk factors for B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma are the same in both groups, while others are unique to one or the other

New light has been shed on the interplay between genes, environment and disease with the publication of an Israeli study on risk factors for non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) in Jewish and Arab populations.

As of 2012, Israel ranked first in the world in NHL incidence rates. This blood cancer represents the fifth most common malignancy in Israel and the eighth most common malignancy among West Bank Palestinians.

Yet despite living in close proximity, the two populations tend to differ in terms of lifestyle, health behaviors and medical systems.

Israeli and Palestinian researchers, led by senior hematologist Dr. Ora

Toxic protein behind disease may simultaneously affect all parts of the nervous system inside and outside of the brain

Researchers from the Technion and Harvard are offering a new theory on how Parkinson’s disease develops that could change the way the neurological disease is treated.

Associate Professor Simone Engelender of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and her colleague Ole Isacson at Harvard Medical School say the toxic protein behind Parkinson’s may not spread like an

Israeli company’s technology to modify the surface of surgical implants, from dental to breast, relies on the unusual properties of cold plasma

A unique cold-plasma activation platform from Israeli company Nova Plasma is poised to hasten healing and reduce infection after the placement of all kinds of surgical implants, from dental to breast.

The first application of the company’s Active+ Plasma Capsule is a desktop device that modifies the surface chemistry of dental implants in a

Israeli startups have invented poison-free solutions for an itchy problem, one using vaporized vinegar and the other ultrasound waves

The global head-lice epidemic is a real head-scratcher.

In the United States alone, up to 12 million children get infested with head lice each year. Across the world, the head-lice treatment market has reached $1.8 billion worth of special shampoos, conditioners and combs promising to vanquish the little wingless parasites.

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Moves are a crucial step in replacing Affordable Care Act, but health advocacy groups mount opposition

Two key House panels on Thursday cleared the Republicans' plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, amid growing backlash from consumer and medical groups that oppose the GOP plan.

Following a marathon session, the House Ways and Means committee approved the plan early Thursday morning, rejecting a variety of Democratic amendments along the way.

And later on Thursday afternoon, the House