ISRAELI RESEARCHERS SUCCESSFULLY USE LIGHT RAYS TO MEND HEART PROBLEMS

Building on the pioneering efforts of Dr. Paul Zoll, the Jewish doctor, who first developed the first working heart pacemakers following his late 1940’s research, medical researchers in Israel have now successfully used light beam therapy to positively impact heart proteins to eventually be able to replace pacemakers with light beam therapy. At Technion, the Israeli institute for science and technology, light beam therapy has been successfully used to target problems with a gene to promote the heart beating normally. The hope is to make pacemakers obsolete as well as to address the limitations of pacemakers to keep a heart healthy. Technion_Campus10-w338

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