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Professor Aviram and his team in Haifa are rapidly progressing with their research and believe that the future of cardiovascular medicine looks promising. Hopefully, within the next few years, they will have developed a simpler method for detecting “bad cholesterol” and discover new ways to exploit the beneficial natural properties of the pomegranate, red wine and olive oil.

About the Author: Anna Harwood made aliya to Israel two years ago from London, England. She writes for the Jewish and international press about issues pertaining to Israel, ranging from scientific breakthroughs to award-winning wines.


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  1. Professor Michael Aviram, we're proud of you!

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