More great news from wonderful Israel as it scores success against skin cancer. Israel is approaching the fight against skin cancer head on and succeeding with lowered mortality levels in the last five years.
A three pronged approach to fighting skin cancer in Israel appears to be showing success. Over the past five years, an aggressive campaign predicated upon awareness, identification and research has apparently been responsible for significantly lower skin cancer rates in the Jewish state.
Under the direction of the Israel Cancer Association, newly created skin care apps such as “DermaCompare” and the development of immunotherapy drugs like Keytruda, the campaign appears to have made noticeable headway in fighting the disease.
Skin cancer is the most common cancer. About 5.4 million basal and squamous cell skin cancers are diagnosed each year. (These are found in about 3.3 million Americans; some people have more than one.) Melanoma, the most deadly type of skin cancer, will account for about 76,380 cases of skin cancer in 2016.
Here's a question to the so called BDS mob: If you or your children should get skin cancer will you refuse too save their lives using drugs developed in Israel? In fact would you refuse any life saving drugs developed in Israel? No I thought not. Which makes you a load of hypocritical morons.