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28-Feb-2011
Prof. Stuart Stanton, Chair of Hadassah United Kingdom and President of the British Society of Urogynecology, called upon the president and rector of Tel Aviv University to discipline two of its lecturers in response to an article they penned for a British newspaper, expressing support for a boycott of Israel.
28-Feb-2011
“I can hardly wait to see the Tower finished,” commented President of Canadian Hadassah WIZO Marla Dan, following her recent tour with her Canadian colleagues of the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower construction site. “Israel will be very lucky to have this fabulous new facility,” she added.
25-Feb-2011
Dear Friends, Visiting HMO’s Goldyne Savad Institute of Gene Therapy is an exciting and enlightening experience; speaking with the researchers and learning more about their work always gives me an insight into their hopes and dreams.
23-Feb-2011
Hadassah Medical Center researchers have detected two “founder” BRCA1/2 genetic mutations in Sephardic Jews who are descendants of Jews who were expelled from Spain in 1492.
18-Feb-2011
Dear Friends, Every week at our Medical Center’s Clinical Conferences we get an in depth presentation about some aspect of our Medical Center. These conferences give us all a chance to learn about the latest in research or patient care, about a unique surgical procedure, how a new piece of equipment is being used or about a specific facility and what is being done there.
17-Feb-2011
“All of us here at the Hadassah Medical Center--and all of you around the world,” relates Director General Prof. Shlomo Mor-Yosef, “embraced this vision of the future when the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower was only a concept; you supported and sustained it as we moved from the early days to the realization of where we are now. Together we laid the foundation for all that has followed, and all that will be.”
17-Feb-2011
One hundred foreign doctors are completing fellowships at the Hadassah Medical Center--an experience that dramatically influences how they practice medicine when they return to their home countries.
17-Feb-2011
Hadassah Hong Kong Chair Kathy Chiron reports that a Jerusalem priest recently had the occasion to take a Chinese tourist to the Hadassah Medical Center and both “sing the praises” of the medical care they encountered.
17-Feb-2011
Dr. Biraj Mankarmacharya, a Nepali physician from Dhulikhel Hospital in Katmandu, recently observed the Hadassah Medical Center’s Trauma Unit with much interest, since his hospital is hoping to create a similar unit.
16-Feb-2011
Hadassah Medical Center researchers have detected two “founder” BRCA1/2 genetic mutations in Sephardic Jews who are descendants of Jews who were expelled from Spain in 1492.