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11-Sep-2007
Representatives of the Hadassah Medical Center and Charité University Hospital in Berlin, one of Germany’s leading research institutions, have set the stage for an academic exchange on stem cell research, as well as for a joint seminar on the subject, to be held in Germany.
11-Sep-2007
A reporter from the renowned German Bild-Zeitung newspaper, Alexandra Wuerzbach, came to the Hadassah Medical Center to do a story about Jewish-Arab staff relations and the care of Arab patients at the hospital.
11-Sep-2007
Hadassah America received a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, which rates charitable organizations on their ability to manage and grow the organization’s finances.
11-Sep-2007
Hadassah International is saddened by the passing of Max Jakubowicz, founder and devoted supporter of Hadassah Lyon-Villerubanne-Rhône-Alpes, France, well known by many as the voice who, for years, gave news of Hadassah on the Jewish frequency radio program.
11-Sep-2007
This June, Hadassah Germany in Berlin held a founding meeting for a brand new arm of support for the Hadassah Medical Center: “Friends of the Charité-Berlin for the Hadassah Medical Center–Jerusalem.”
11-Sep-2007
In the presence of the Israeli Ambassador, His Excellency Ilan Elgar and Mrs. Ziva Elgar, Hadassah Switzerland-Zurich hosted a summer chamber music brunch and auction of concert and opera tickets at the gracious home of Dr. Frank and Ilana Guggenheim.
11-Sep-2007
Hadassah New Zealand held its 10th Annual General Meeting in August where Guest Speaker John Key, Member of Parliament (MP) and Leader of the National Party, emphasized his support for Israel in its quest for peace.
11-Sep-2007
Hadassah International is pleased to welcome Carol Ratnam as the new president of Hadassah Wellington, New Zealand, succeeding Jayne Chait, its founding president.
11-Sep-2007
At a Jewish Culture symposium, at a local synagogue, Hadassah Wellington mounted a beautiful display of Hadassah materials.
11-Sep-2007
Hadassah Wellington, in coordination with the B'nai Brith organization in Wellington, New Zealand, sponsored a lecture about the acceptance of Israel’s emergency services, Magen David Adom, as a full member of the International Red Cross.