"from Zion will teachings come forth…" (Isaiah 2:3)
While Israel is pre-occupied with the most stunning medical inventions and scientific developments to save human lives, including the lives of her enemies and bashers (see article below, sent to me by Dan Friedman from NYC )...and while Israelis and Jews continue to produce prodigious musical minds to enrich our spiritual lives....
some Arabs are debating on TV how to kill people by "Anal Jihad." I am serious, this is not a joke...
The following is from MEMRI Middle East Media Research Institute.
Sorry to send you such a subject matter close to New Year, but if you fly somewhere and happen to sit next to an Arab, maybe you should be prepared...
I suggest TSA takes each one of them to a separate room and conduct a search in the appropriate cavity...
Anyway, the amazing wonders coming out of Israel should help you off-set the shock of the above topic.
HAPPY, HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Your Truth Provider,
Heads up to all Israel-bashers and anti-Semites wherever you are - 2014 looks like it’s going to be another tough year.
The Jewish, apartheid, Nazi, occupying state is set to test your zeal and Jew-hating bona fides next year as never before. Comrades, gird your loins, screw up your courage, and pray to Allah that you or your children never come down with any of these conditions and diseases. You’ll want to avoid these treatments developed in the Zionist entity at all costs!
Dan Friedman NYC
Top 10 Israeli Medical Advances to Boycott in 2014
YES, BY ALL MEANS, GO AHEAD AND BOYCOTT, BUT SERIOUSLY!
Top 10 Israeli medical advances to watch in 2014
ISRAEL21c compiles a list of the 10 most extraordinary medical devices and pharmaceuticals that promise to revolutionize global healthcare.
Prof. Hossam Haick with the Na-Nose prototype.
In our recent “Top 12 most amazing Israeli medical advances”, we promised a top 10 list of the most exciting Israeli medical-device and pharmaceutical developments just around the corner.
Like the top 12, this list was also very difficult to narrow down, because Israeli breakthroughs in this field are a near-daily occurrence. Our top 10 is just the tip of the iceberg.
Watch for new health stories on ISRAEL21c every week for a broader picture of how Israeli ingenuity is changing the face of healthcare worldwide.
1. Na-Nose can detect lung cancer from exhaled breath and will be commercialized in a joint venture with Boston-based Alpha Szenszor – after a few more years of development and testing by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Invented by Technion Prof. Hossam Haick, Na-Nose (the “na” is for “nanotechnology”) has been proven in numerous international clinical trials to differentiate between different types and classifications of cancer with up to 95 percent accuracy.
2. Hervana non-hormonal, long-acting contraceptive suppository won a $1 million development grant last year from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The Gates Foundation is banking on the product’s potential to provide a more accessible, cheaper and socially acceptable family planning option in developing countries, though it would be marketed in the United States and Europe as well.
Hervana founder Rachel Teitelbaum with Bill Gates.
3. Vecoy Nanomedicines nano-scale virus-traps (“vecoys”) capture and destroy viruses before they can infect cells, offering a huge advance over antiviral medications and even vaccines. Through the MassChallenge startup accelerator program last November, Vecoy’s platform was chosen to be tested in zero-gravity conditions on an upcoming NASA space mission.
Treating viruses with vecoys.
4. CartiHeal Agili-C cartilage regeneration solution for knees can regenerate true hyaline cartilage (the most abundant type of cartilage in the human body) after six months, according to clinical results so far. Based on research at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, the implant has earned the European Union’s CE Mark of approval. Further clinical studies could lead to FDA approval in the coming years.
5. Oramed Pharmaceuticals seeks to change Type 2 diabetes treatment from a daily injection to a daily pill. Its oral insulin capsule recently received patent approval in the EU, and is in Phase 2 clinical trials under an Investigational New Drug application with the FDA. Jerusalem-based Oramed is also moving forward with clinical trials of a capsule to treat Type 1 diabetes.
Finally, an oral medication for diabetes?
6. Premia Spine developed the TOPS (Total Posterior Solution) System, aiming to revolutionize the spinal implant market with an artificial joint in the same way that total hip and total knee replacement systems made hip and knee fusions a thing of the past. TOPS is available already in Austria, Germany, the UK, Turkey and Israel. An FDA study is now in the follow-up phase.
TOPS is revolutionizing the spinal implant market.
7. Mapi Pharma recently won US patents for two promising slow-release platforms for drugs to treat multiple sclerosis symptoms and pain. “We believe in two to three years they could be in the final stage of development, and about three years to market,” says Mapi Pharma president and CEO Ehud Marom. Another slow-release platform for a schizophrenia drug is next in the pipeline.
8. Discover Medical introduced the SomnuSeal mask for CPAP machines – used widely by sufferers of sleep apnea – in Europe. If sales are successful, the US market will be next. Because SomnuSeal is more comfortable than the current masks used with the machine, compliance could be much greater. Plus, the device does not put strain on the heart as the current mask does.
A more comfortable, safer mask for treating sleep apnea.
9. Real Imaging is in the midst of European clinical trials of RUTH, its radiation-free, contact-free, inexpensive and advanced imaging system for early detection of breast cancer. The system, which has won patent approvals in several countries, analyzes 3D and infra-red signals emitted from cancerous and benign tissue, generating an objective report that needs no interpretation. Founder and CTO Boaz Arnon presented RUTH at the most recent conference of the Radiological Society of North America. Initial release of the product will likely be in Europe sometime in 2015.
RUTH, a hands-off breast cancer detection alternative.
10. NeuroQuest has started clinical testing in the United States, under the auspices of Harvard Clinical Research Institute, for its groundbreaking blood test to detect early-stage Alzheimer’s disease. Initial trials in Israel showed NeuroQuest’s test – based on research by Prof. Michal Schwartz of the Weizmann Institute of Science – to be 87 percent accurate with an 85% specificity rate in detecting Alzheimer’s and ALS, two common neurodegenerative diseases.