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Some 20 members of Watan, the Palestinian/Israeli Arab student organization at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem cheered sick kids in the Bloomberg Mother and Child Center at Hadassah Ein Kerem on January 12.
“We have seen and heard so much about the Mideast conflict, that it's a relief to see a place which is an island of peace,” said a member of the David Project delegation, which visited the Hadassah Medical Center on January 2nd.
As part of a fact-finding tour emphasizing the relationship between Israelis and Palestinians, the Chief Executive of Christian Friends of the United Kingdom, Jacob Vince, along with a delegation of non-denominational Christian laymen and clergy, visited the Hadassah Medical Center.
“The clinical evaluation of consciousness in Disorder of Consciousness (DOC) patients, based on their exhibited behavior, is difficult and remains erroneous in many cases,” report researchers at the Hadassah Medical Center.
NurOwn ™, a stem cell technology of BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics, has proven effective in improving cognitive and motor function in a patient at the Hadassah Medical Center, who suffers from both Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and Myasthenia Gravis (MG).
The Hadassah Medical Center's Maternity Club recently organized a special seminar for women on the topic of pregnancy and childbirth which attracted hundreds of women from Jerusalem and the areas surrounding Jerusalem served by Hadassah.
Your donation to equip the Hadassah Operating rooms will be matched if your gift is made before midnight, December 2013 EST. ( New York time).
On a rainy winter day, a group of pediatricians and a medical clown from the pediatric department of Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus traveled to Tel Aviv for Hadassah’s annual preventive health initiative at the Philippine Embassy.
When Moises Mischne, a young Jewish boy from Mexico City, was planning his Bar Mitzvah trip to Israel, he probably wasn’t aware of what an incredible Mitzvah he would be doing at the Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem. Moises, whose hobby is to do magic, simply knew he would do a couple of tricks for some children. And indeed, on December 24th 2013, Moises became the illusionist who created the magic of bringing joy and smiles to sick children being treated at Hadassah.
David Saba brought to Hadassah the spirit of the entire Saba family through his prayers, his singing and his caring.