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30-Apr-2012
Despite the fact that a terrorist’s bomb exploded in her face, Hadassah University Medical Center’s Dr. Mirela Siderer, a gynecologist at the Clinic for Women’s Health in Ashkelon, has been able to return to work, thanks to the surgical expertise at Hadassah.
30-Apr-2012
A new interdisciplinary center for the treatment of epilepsy in children and adults has opened at the Hadassah University Medical Center
30-Apr-2012
Young patients and their parents from all sectors of Jerusalem’s population attended the 10th annual conference of the Hadassah Juvenile Diabetes Clinic, an event initiated by Dr. David Zangen, Director of the Pediatric Endocrinology and Juvenile Diabetes Unit at Hadassah Hospital-Mt. Scopus.
30-Apr-2012
Hadassah University Medical Center researchers have identified genes unique to a group of Orthodox women in Israel who conceived naturally after age 45, which generate an anti-aging effect.
28-Apr-2012
Because laughter is magical medicine, the Hadassah University Medical Center has a dynamic Medical Clown Program, which puts a smile on the faces of its pediatric patients.
28-Apr-2012
Thrombotech Ltd., a biotechnology company based on cutting-edge stroke research at the Hadassah University Medical Center, has received approval from the United States’ Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to expand clinical trials to the US for its lead product, THR-18.
28-Apr-2012
As the first patients settle into the Hadassah University Medical Center’s Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower, Moshe Levy, Project Architect, Spector-Amisar Architects, reflects on what the building communicates:
28-Apr-2012
Nearly 200 orthopedic surgeons--among them some of the world's most prominent physicians--came to Jerusalem in March to attend the International Symposium on “Future Trends in Orthopedics” at the Hadassah University Medical Center.
25-Apr-2012
A 30-year-old pregnant woman from Cyprus was flown to the Hadassah University Medical Center when her local physician, who made the diagnosis of an ectopic pregnancy under the left kidney, referred her to Hadassah for further care. A 48-hour surgery at Hadassah saved her life.
23-Apr-2012
From time to time when I park my car in the lot at Hadassah-Ein Kerem, I see a helicopter arriving at the landing pad nearby. As the doors open and our team rushes a patient or two to the Trauma Unit, I wonder who the patients are and what happened to them that required their emergency transport.