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4-Aug-2009
Hadassah Germany hosted a gala in the Jewish Museum of Munich, in coordination with the charity, Initiative Do It e.V., highlighting the important role the Hadassah Medical Center plays for the people of Jerusalem and worldwide. During the gala, held under the patronage of the Bavarian Minister of State for Science Research and Art, Hadassah was honored with an award for promoting peace from Initiative Do It and a donation of 20,000 euros from the Eagles charity Golf Club, e.V.
4-Aug-2009
Hannah Shabathai, Vice President-Geneva for Hadassah Switzerland, was honored for her 39 years of service with the World Health Organization (WHO) upon retiring last month.
4-Aug-2009
Hadassah Mexico, following a successful seminar on First Aid, decided to offer First Aid Kits to donors who contribute 1,000 pesos toward the renovation of the Pediatric Department at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus.
4-Aug-2009
Three generations of the Strage family from the United Kingdom and the United States commemorated Alberta and Henry Strage’s 50th wedding anniversary with a summer trip to Israel and a gift to the Hadassah Medical Center’s Charlotte R. Bloomberg Mother and Child Center.
4-Aug-2009
Hadassah France sponsored a concert this past June featuring the renowned Indian dancer/composer, Raghunath Manet, at the Salle Gaveau in Paris. Opening the evening with a talk about the Hadassah Medical Center, Hadassah France President Dr. Sydney Ohana brought Hadassah into the consciousness of the 700 people who attended.
4-Aug-2009
Celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of Mijael Dachner with a trip to Israel, the Marcushamer/Dachner family from Monterey, Mexico chose to mark the occasion with a gift to the Hadassah Medical Center to help children with cancer.
4-Aug-2009
Happy to be transmitting the legacy of her love for Hadassah to her grandchildren, Berta Bekhor brought her family to see the Hadassah Medical Center this past July.
4-Aug-2009
Hadassah Cuba sponsored a program in June featuring Israel’s outreach work to enhance Africa’s health care; a historical look at 200 years of Tel Aviv; and an update on research breakthroughs and cutting-edge care at the Hadassah Medical Center. With the aid of the unit’s Scientific Committee, they also sponsored a survey in coordination with a local women’s organization to educate the public about prevention of breast cancer.
4-Aug-2009
A cancer patient expected to live only a few days when his doctors discovered a tumor blocking a pulmonary artery was operated on successfully by a team of Israeli and American surgeons at Hadassah Hospital-Ein Kerem and given a new lease on life.
4-Aug-2009
One Friday morning, a mother of five suddenly experienced a thunderous headache and collapsed. She had a potentially fatal aneurysm, a weakness in a wall of an artery, but thanks to Hadassah’s cutting-edge endovascular catheterization, she is alive and on the road to recovery.