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19-Dec-2007
Physicians at the Hadassah Medical Center have discovered that it is possible to generate new cells from a patient's own bone marrow when isolated under special conditions, which could mean a powerful new treatment for those suffering from multiple sclerosis or Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
19-Dec-2007
Hadassah physicians, having saved the life once before of Adham Schehada, who suffers from a very rare and lethal blood disease, just extended his life span again with a bone marrow transplant.
19-Dec-2007
Several of Hadassah’s physicians have been recognized in international medical circles for their distinguished service to medicine.
19-Dec-2007
The combined efforts of Hadassah Anesthesiologist Carolyn Weiniger and Obstetrician Prof. Yossi Ezra, who is well-known for her skill in delivering breeched babies, has brought about a new solution to the risky procedure.
19-Dec-2007
Being in the right place at the right time, Hadassah Medical Center Director General Prof. Shlomo Mor-Yosef and Head of Orthopedics Prof. Meir Liebergall were able to help save three fingers on a security guard’s hand because they were at the basketball game when the guard picked up a firecracker which nearly severed them. Click on the title for The Jerusalem Post article.
19-Dec-2007
To date, Hadassah International has raised $7.6 million (USD) for the new Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower of Healing currently being built at Hadassah Ein Kerem. Donations have already come in from Argentina, France, Mexico, New Zealand, Panama, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Become a vital part of the future of medicine at Hadassah and for the world. For specific giving opportunities, click here.
19-Dec-2007
For the first time, a United Nations General Assembly committee adopted a draft resolution initiated by Israel, which calls on developed countries to make their knowledge and know-how in the field of agricultural technology more accessible to the developing world.
19-Dec-2007
Senior Paris Match Journalist Catherine Schwaab, who was linked to Hadassah by an acquaintance working in the clinic of Hadassah France President Sidney Ohana, spent three days at Hadassah’s Hospitals, which resulted in a major, in-depth article showcasing Hadassah as an island of peace and a center of innovative treatment and research.
19-Dec-2007
During a course in Brussels on Metabolic Diseases and the Liver, a Hadassah connection was made between two delegates!
19-Dec-2007
Forging a connection with a most receptive, generous couple in the Hungarian community, Hadassah International was able to launch an inaugural event in Budapest.