Before World War II, the city of Stupava was home to a vibrant Jewish community. Now, one man is trying to revive its heritage, including a unique 200-year-old synagogue.
What do you do if several family members have cancer, but testing shows that you don’t carry a known, faulty mutation? Here is one personal story of how to deal with an unknown risk factor.
In honor of the 75th anniversary of the kindertransports, we remember the dramatic story of 50 Jewish children’s rescue from the Nazis.
JEWISH GENETICS: A gene mutation that causes the devastating childhood disease PCCA is carried by more than 2% of Israeli Sephardi Jews.