Israeli Researchers Are Convinced They Found a Way to Cure Cancer

The story of an exceptional scientist who discovered how tumors outwit the immune system – and en route may also have found the key to fighting Alzheimer’s

Asaf Ronel
Asaf Ronel
Asaf Ronel
Asaf Ronel

These are coronavirus days, and very few people can be seen in the narrow corridors of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot. We’re in the molecular immunology laboratory, located in one of the institute’s old buildings. It’s a simple place, the instruments are banal and dull. It looks like any lab in the world, one of thousands. But a miracle is occurring between the walls here. In the small details. The smallest.



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