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    Keeping Men Healthy, the Weizmann Way

    June is Men's Health Month, which aims to raise awareness of preventable problems and promote early detection and treatment of disease. The Weizmann Institute is doing its part, with a prostate cancer treatment receiving approval and investigations into other gender-related cancers; studies on fertility; and learning how women's tears impact men.

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    June is Men's Health Month

    Anchored by a Congressional program, Men's Health Month aims to heighten awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment. The Weizmann Institute is benefitting men's health in ways ranging from timely cancer diagnosis to to new insights into emotional behavior.

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    Fertility Research at the Weizmann Institute

    Reproduction, a basic but complex process, fails for a variety of reasons. Weizmann scientists are studying the causes of infertility, in men and women both, and are seeking ways to overcome those challenges to give humanity a happier, healthier future.

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    Science Tips, November 2015

    Three updates from the labs of the Weizmann Institute: devising an apparatus that can ""pluck"" a single particle of light out of a pulse of light; how a rare genetic childhood disease can shed light on cancer; discovering that proteins involved in our visual system also play a role in the heat-seeking behavior of sperm.

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    Science Tips, July 2014

    Three updates from the labs of the Weizmann Institute: with interferons, even the negative may be necessary when it comes to HIV; mutations harmful to fertility are different in men and women; tiny magnets point to a fundamental principle of particle physics.

  • Science Tips, January 2009

    Three research updates from the Weizmann Institute: the benefit of a uterine biopsy; creating functional nerve networks in the lab; and revealing how cancer cells survive chemotherapy. 

  • Science Tips, May 2014

    Three updates from the Weizmann Institute: TEDx talks on campus about excellence in science and science education; the search for paternal mitochondria yields surprising results; strange shapes in RNA may be notations on top of the gene code.

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