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Breast cancer

Tethered cancer cells

This finding may help solve the puzzle of certain types of aggressive metastasis 

Double treatment kills cancer cells

New Weizmann Institute of Science research provides hope for cancer patients 

Varda Rotter and Moshe Oren

Mutated proteins that abet cancer growth can be turned against the cancer

PYK2 (red) and the cell-surface receptor (green) that triggers the cellular transition to a pro-metastatic state are found in the same membrane compartment (yellow) from which the transition signal is transmitted

A signal stuck in the “on” position may hasten metastasis in certain breast cancers

A metastatic breast cancer cell under a fluorescent microscope.

The discovery of a new breast cancer gene holds hope for treatment

Two Antibodies Are Better Than One

A new approach mimicking the body’s natural defenses could help treat a...

Dr. Yechun Xu, You-Yang and Dr. Minjun Li. Made at the Institute

A pair of Chinese students found a second home at the Weizmann Institute.

Prof. Emeritus Ephraim Frei
Prof. Emeritus Ephraim Frei, a founder of electronics research at the Weizmann Institute in the 1950s, spent several decades...
Prof. Hadassa Degani
Prof. Hadassa Degani studied the mechanisms that supply cancerous tumors with oxygen and nutrients. Using magnetic resonance...
Prof. Hadassa Degani

Prof. Hadassa Degani: "The advances in this technology have the potential to revolutionize the field of diagnostics. I have...