Israel’s new medical breakthrough will save lives like never before

by Leah Rosenberg

Israel’s new medical breakthrough is not the first of its kind and most likely won’t be the last. The Jewish state has contributed more than you realize.

Another Medical Breakthrough

The state of Israel has existed for just over 70 years. The amount of discoveries and medical breakthroughs is mind-blowing! How can such a young state accomplish so much?

And here, yet again, Israeli scientists have shown the world what another medical breakthrough looks like.

Thanks to Israel the body no longer has to reject a donor organ!

Hope for the Future

Israel has given so many people hope for the future. 25% of kidney recipients and 40% of heart recipients have some type of acute rejection within the first year after a transplant. That is not a small percentage.

But with Israel’s new breakthrough, these patients no longer have to experience that!

Professor Tal Dvir of Tel Aviv University’s Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and Sagol Center for Regenerative Biotechnology said, “With our technology, we can engineer any tissue type, and after transplantation, we can efficiently regenerate any diseased or injured organ.”

Can you believe that a country that has existed for under 100 years has had such a medical breakthrough?

Time to Thank Israel

It is time the world starts showing appreciation for Israel. The tiny, tiny Jewish state surrounded by enemies has become a place for everyone to turn to. They have helped Jews and non-Jews alike with their inventions, innovations, breakthroughs, and volunteer work.

Despite needing to put so much time and energy into security, fighting against the media bias, and fighting the word’s bias, Israel still manages to create things for the world that save lives, change lives, and overall improve lives.

So, it is time to stop benefitting from Israel and then also fight against them.

It is time to just say thank you.

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