To enhance the likelihood of medical innovations reaching the marketplace, the Director of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Center for Bioengineering, Dr. Yaakov Nahmias, partnered with the Director of the Hadassah Medical Center’s Heart Institute, Prof. Chaim Lotan, to create Israel’s first Biodesign Medical Innovation program.
For her 100th Birthday, Bernice Tannenbaum, the former National President of Hadassah and Founder of Hadassah International, asked for those who wish to commemorate the occasion to donate to Dr. Josh Schroeder's fundraiser.
The sale of David Bomberg pictures at a Christies Auction in London in November will contribute to the completion of the equipping of Hadassah’s $370million 19-storey surgical tower in Jerusalem which opened last year.
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With breathing and eating support removed, David Fintzi, the Romanian medical student that had been airlifted to the Hadassah Medical Center after being electrocuted on a sightseeing train in Moldavia, is able to speak freely and eat once again.
Children and adolescents referred to the Clinic for treatment have experienced serious family and social problems and have also undergone a traumatic event.
To help women who are grappling with infertility in a more holistic way, the Hadassah Medical Center opened a Mind-Body Fertility Center, which offers cognitive therapy and stress reduction classes, as well as yoga.
The Hadassah Medical Center’s Sharett Institute of Oncology provides comprehensive, compassionate care to patients of today, while it has its eye on helping the cancer patients of tomorrow, not only in Israel, but all over the globe. That’s why research is a major focus of the Institute.
Taking action to stem the increase in AIDS cases among the residents of East Jerusalem, the Hadassah Medical Center’s AIDS Center hosted an in-service seminar on AIDS awareness and prevention for family doctors. The seminar, entitled "HIV--A Virus Without Borders,” included presentations about diagnostic methods, early symptoms, treatment options, quality of life, and life expectancy.