Face of the day

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Today’s face of the day is a young sufferer of Leukemia, a cancer that will no longer be a guaranteed death sentence thanks to the Israelis.

…Millions have suffered the devastating consequences of Leukemia, a blood marrow cancer that strikes both the young and the old. The disease knows no ethnic or religious boundaries. Until recently, Acute Myeloblastic Leukemia, the most common form, was a death sentence. Despite extensive chemotherapy regimens that left patients tortured by pain and nausea, most of the stricken eventually succumbed to the disease.

But over the past few years, a number of small Israeli medical research firms have devised new compounds and technologies that hold the promise of targeting Leukemic cells with the same incredible accuracy that Iron dome targets incoming Hamas missiles, leaving the rest of the patient’s body intact and producing a permanent cure. These developments should they pan out, represent a revolution in medicine and in the battle against cancer.

Will the Times or the BBC take time off from their relentless criticism of Israel to provide their audiences with another perspective of Israel? Will David Remnick, editor of the highbrow New Yorker, which reliably treats its readers to periodic exposures of israel’s flaws and alleged injustice toward Palestinians, assign a writer to produce an in-depth report of this story?

Don’t bet on it. Providing the world with a cure to a dreaded disease is not the Israel these media organizations care to portray.

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