Israel offers patients access to the most advanced assisted reproductive technologies available. All treatments in our IVF in Israel program are performed by specialists from Sheba Tel-HaShomer’s IVF department, who have the highest fresh embryo transfer success rates in Europe at 57%.
Breast carcinoma is the most common malignancy for women. In Israel the disease is considered to have a favorable treatment outcome as long as it is detected at an early stage.
Cervical carcinoma is the fourth most common form of malignancy. It most commonly affects women aged 40 to 60. The most common cause of the disease is Human papilloma virus (HPV).
Ovarian cancer is the 8th most common carcinoma among women in the United States. While the precise cause of the disease are as of yet unknown, some known risk factors include family history of ovarian or breast cancer, history of fertility treatments, high number of total lifetime ovulations, age, personal history of breast carcinoma, history […]
Only in Israel Our prices are 11% lower than in EU and the US Fertility-preserving laparoscopic cystectomy surgeries Ovarian cysts are fluid-filleds pocket that develop in the ovaries. The most common type, functional cysts, form during ovulation in cases when a follicle fails to dissolve after an egg is released, or when an oocyte is not released. While […]
Uterine Cancer Treatment in Israel takes place at state-of-the-art Assuta Medical Center in Tel Aviv. Special fertility preservation treatment protocols are available for patients interested in giving birth in the future.
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Only in Israel Our prices are 13% lower than in EU and the US Fertility-preserving hysteroscopic myomectomy procedures Uterine fibroid embolization (UFE) (when indicated) A fibroid (also called “myoma”) is a benign uterine tumour. It is one of the most common conditions, affecting 1 in 5 women over 30. In most cases multiple fibroids are […]
Mastopathy is a disease of the breasts, which is caused by a hormonal imbalance. It is characterized by a proliferation of connective and glandular tissue within the breast, causing the appearance of lumps and cysts. It commonly affects women between 30 and 50 years old (prior to menopause) and is considered to be the most common disease of the breast. According to specialists, risk factors include changes in thyroid function and sex hormone levels.