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Bar-Han U. starts
Ramat Gan — Research proj-
ects in the areas of detection and
treatment of cancer and other
immunodeficient diseases are
being carried out by the Cancer
Research Unit of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity's Health Sciences Re-
search Center in Ramat Gan, Is-
The development of the drug
AS101 by Prof. Michael Albeck
and Prof. Benjamin Swerdni is
one of the projects underway.
AS101 could increase the body's
supply of lymphokines, which
help the body fight off cancer cells.
"The trouble with many cancer
drugs," Prof. Albeck explains, "is
that they have many side effects
— sometimes even causing cancer
themselves — and are indiscrimi-
nate in killing both cancerous and
healthy cells. AS101 simply helps
the body defend itself."
Another cancer research project
in advanced stages at Bar-Ilan is
the development of a machine
which can analyze blood samples
and provide information about
whether or not the patient has
cancer, and if so, where.
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1 cup juice-packed crushed
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1 can (6 ounces) frozen orange
2% cups commercial butter-
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1 /4 cup honey
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