Israel Healthcare Foundation uses its vast resources to raise the necessary funds to support important capital projects at hospitals across Israel, including the projects featured below.
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Computational Oncology combines the power of big data with quantum biology. This cutting-edge field gives cancer researchers and doctors more accurate information about cancer cells and how cancer works in patients’ bodies. IHF funding has gone towards partnerships between hospitals in Israel and the USA to advance this exciting new research.
Osteoporosis affects more than 200 million people globally, most of whom are elderly and the majority are women. At Soroka Medical Center, IHF funding has been put towards ongoing research of Osteoporosis progression, treatment and management.
Inflammatory bowel diseases concern the colon and small intestine, which can affect the rest of the gastrointestinal system and overall patient health. IHF research funding for Rabin Medical Center is contributing to a greater understanding of the causes and treatments for IBD.