IVF Babies Are More Likely to Get CancerA BGU study finds babies born through fertility treatments are twice as prone to pediatric neoplasms.
Making Injections Faster and More AccurateA BGU-developed robotic needle system can find a vein in 20 to 45 seconds, making deep injections safer.
Possible Cause of Alzheimer’s DiscoveredBGU researchers have determined that the protein SIRT6 is almost completely absent in Alzheimer's patients.
Mother’s Family History Could Lead to Preterm BirthBGU study finds that a woman whose mother or aunts had premature deliveries is at risk for giving birth early.
Fertility Treatments Pose Risk of Pediatric CancersBGU researchers analyzed 242,187 infants between 1991 and 2013 and found higher rates of cancer in IVF births.
Reversing Type 1 DiabetesUsing the alpha-1 protein, Prof. Eli Lewis has eliminated some patients’ need for insulin injections.
If You Fall, BGU Technology Will Catch YouBGU innovation is helping older patients improve cognition, rehabilitation and balance control.
A New Response to Alarming Cases of Wild PolioA BGU researcher has created an environmental surveillance model that could eradicate polio entirely.
Beer-Sheva Is Flourishing With Medical InnovationBiomedical innovations at BGU are shaping brain science, search and rescue, heart health and more.
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