On the other hand

February 14, 2021 by Michael Kuttner
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Amidst all the doom and gloom over the coronavirus mutations and its implications for the future, there have been two other very positive and important medical advances.

Israeli researchers are again paving the way for revolutionary leaps forward which will benefit all of humanity.

An experimental Israeli made drug used to treat serious and critical COVID 19 cases has completed phase 2 trials. According to reports, 90% of seriously ill patients treated have shown improvement already just two hours after the drug having being administered.

Hebrew University scientists have developed a blood test that they say could replace nearly all cancer screenings within a decade.

The technology extracts from blood a trove of information it has picked up from all the organs and tissue it passed during its travels around the body.

It can tell you not only whether you have a tumour, but also its exact location in the body. It can also differentiate between similar types of tumours to help doctors make better decisions on how to treat patients.

It has been tested on 1,000 people in Israel and the US, and its findings coincide with those of doctors deploying traditional diagnoses.

It is anticipated that the tests could replace biopsies, mammograms, colonoscopies, and various other procedures currently conducted to detect cancer.

Meanwhile in other good news:

THE ROMANS WERE HERE

One of the lines from the “Life of Brian” says: “what have the Romans ever done for us (the inhabitants of Judea)?”

Well for one thing they prove that Jews lived here well before the modern-day invented Palestinians.

In the latest exciting find of proof from that time an IDF soldier stumbles across a historical coin.

ANOTHER SORT OF WASP

Once again Israeli innovators have come up with advanced technology in the field of surveillance and tracking.

INGATHERING OF THE LOST TRIBES

The lost and scattered tribes of Israel are gradually coming back to their homeland. Our Prophets of old predicted that one day multitudes of “lost Jews” would find their way back to Israel from the far distant lands they had been exiled to.

We are now privileged to witness the fulfilment of these prophecies as groups of Bnei Menashe – remnants of the Tribe of Menashe in India arrive to rejoin their brethren in what can only be described as a modern-day miracle.

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