The ‘Memory’ Of Starvation Stays In Your Genes For Three Generations, Tel Aviv Researchers Show
Only one eighth of the world's population knows what it means to suffer from starvation, but according to new research from Tel Aviv University, the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of starving people continue to inherit these 'starvation' genes.
August 04, 2014
Researchers Find Why Leukemia Recurs After Successful Chemotherapy
Israeli scientists tried to find an explanation to the recurrence of cancer after chemotherapy and found that the source of returning leukemia is a set of unique cells that do not proliferate as quickly as regular cancer cells and are able to survive chemotherapy. The findings may have important implications for the future of cancer treatment.
June 10, 2012