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Zuckerman Institute Launches New US-Israeli Scientific Collaboration

Over the next 20 years, the program will provide more than $100 million in scholarships and educational activities.

Abbas Hospitalized with Pneumonia, Optimistic Ramallah Denying the Inevitable

Of course, what no Ramallah official would admit is the fact that once the chairman gives up the ghost, a civil war is sure to erupt in Judea and Samaria, among at least four private armies and the Hamas.

Kite Pharma, Launched by Israeli Scientists, Gets FDA Approval for Lymphoma Treatment

The Yescarta therapy will cost $373,000 for a one-time dose, which will surely become a major issue of concern for insurance companies and public health officials.

Maryland Governor Announces MOU Between University of Maryland, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The governor of Maryland is heading a week-long trade mission to Israel from his state.

Colel Chabad ‘Smart Apartments’ Project Helps Disabled Live Independently

The new independent living project provides maximum accessibility and support for disabled Israelis.

Norway Again Mulls Circumcision Ban on Baby Boys

EJA head Rabbi Margolin: “There is no doubt that this is an anti-Jewish decision that is blatantly anti-Semitic."

Jimmy Carter’s Cancer NOT Treated by Israeli Drug (Plus, it isn’t Cured)

Jimmy Carter is not cured of cancer and the drug that did not cure him was tested, but not developed, in Israel.

Rabbis Approve In Vitro, Split on In Utero Meat

Rabbis Dov Lior, Yuval Cherlow, and Shlomo Aviner believe that the new invention is vital.

Jewish Program Launches Opioid Overdose Prevention Project

NCFJE's Operation Survival program is again shaking up the Jewish world with a new opioid overdose prevention project.

Israeli Aid Workers on Standby for Devastation in Colombia

The mud from the rivers had simply flowed along with the water and essentially buried the city while its residents slept.

Friendly Nations Send Firefighter Aircraft to Help Israel Battle the Flames

Numerous foreign Mediterranean, European and eastern European nations sent aerial firefighters to help Israel.

Hamas PM Ismail Haniyeh’s Nephew Hospitalized in Israel

It's not clear why Hamas PM Ismail Haniyeh's nephew is receiving medical care in Israel.

Sheba Hospital Rejects ‘Jews-Only’ Donation

“The Jewish people suffered from discrimination in many countries; it is very important that the Jewish people not discriminate in our own country."

Druze Brig. Gen. Incoming IDF Medical Corps Chief

In 2011, Dr. Tarif was instrumental in setting up the evacuation to Israeli hospitals of an estimated 2,500 wounded Syrians who have been approaching the border asking for help.

Israeli Hospital Training Spiritual Escorts for Patients

"The studies are not frontal in the sense of lectures, but include a lot of self-observation, and assimilation of materials in a practical and experiential way."

Haifa U Study Shows Emotions Provide Clues to Future Behavior – in Baseball, Too

When people express emotions, others can identify how that person feels according to facial expressions, body language, tone of voice, and so forth.

Israeli Rescued in Nepal

A Magnus rescue force tracked down and rescued the hiker, who had broken both of his legs and one arm.

Sunday Express, NYT: Hillary Clinton Diagnosed With Pneumonia [video]

Hillary Clinton's personal physician says the Democratic candidate is suffering from pneumonia -- and that's why she collapsed at the New York 9/11 event.

Hadassah Crisis ‘Has Gone On Far Too Long’ Says Netanyahu

“I request the sides make a final effort, which will not be simple... There is no reason to wait another two days and cause the children unnecessary suffering.”

Israeli Research Produces New Hope for Breast Cancer Patients

Israeli scientists have identified a promising new combination therapy for a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer.

ZAKA Volunteers Uncover 2 Pre-1948 Skeletons in Uniforms, Helmets

The remains have been sent to the Abu Kabir Forensic Institute in Tel Aviv for identification.

Novel RNA Delivery System May Treat Incurable Blood Cancers

A new study by Tel Aviv University researchers offers tangible hope of curing the currently incurable blood cancer — and others like it.

Baby Benita Off Respirator

He was taken off the respirator and is no longer unconscious.

Israeli Prof. Berta Levavi-Sivan Gives World Bigger Fish

In Europe, aquaculture accounts for about 20% of fish production and directly employs some 85,000 people.

ZAKA, MDA Expand Operational Cooperation

ZAKA volunteers who have undergone the required training will download the MDA app and will join the thousands of community first responders.

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