Israel’s Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer hospital, the largest medical facility in the Israel, announced that three of its research doctors have unveiled new breakthroughs in cancer testing, Alzheimer’s disease indicators, and IVF treatment.

The hospital said in its report that Dr. Ronit Machtinger, a senior physician in the IVF Unit of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the midst of intense research with counterparts at Harvard Medical School and Columbia University, has discovered that women undergoing IVF treatments can increase their chances of conceiving by significantly reducing their consumption of soft drinks.

Located in Ramat Gan, just east of Tel Aviv, Sheba Medical Center is famous for the largest percentage of clinical research on medical science in Israel being done in a single hospital.

 

News Resource – nocamels.com, December 11, 2017