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19-Jul-2010
Young Hadassah France mobilized 31 contemporary artists to donate original paintings and photos for a non-conventional gallery auction and party, with proceeds going toward the renovation of the pediatrics department at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus.
19-Jul-2010
A diverse group of participants of varying ages, religions, and backgrounds came together to walk along the canals of Amsterdam to benefit renovations at the Pediatric Department at Hadassah Hospital-Mt. Scopus.
19-Jul-2010
From Chanel to Prada, Christian Dior to Louis Vuitton, Young Hadassah Vienna gathered vintage clothes, jewelry, and handbag samples from top-designer brands for its vintage party and sale.
19-Jul-2010
Young Hadassah Holland hosted a comedy workshop, facilitated by Dutch Comedian Gregory Shiro, with 25 Young Hadassah participants.
19-Jul-2010
Since 1970, the Hadassah-Hebrew University Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine has educated students in public health from 84 countries, as well as Jerusalem and the Palestinian Authority. Many, once receiving their International Master of Public Health (IMPH) degree, returned to their homelands to take up prestigious positions in public health.
9-Jul-2010
As we gear up for the weekend --and many people here are getting ready to go shopping at Jerusalem’s Machane Yehuda market--I wanted to share this with you.
14-Jun-2010
When people ask you what is unique about the Hadassah Medical Center, show them this article which just appeared in The Jerusalem Post!
14-Jun-2010
The collaboration of Hadassah’s Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Center with a dedicated Palestinian health care team has enabled Hadassah to help establish a true CF Center in Gaza.
14-Jun-2010
“I have so many good things to say about Hadassah,” says Hannah, mother of a newborn who, though missing one of the chambers of his heart, was saved by cardiac specialists at the Hadassah Medical Center. “The medical care the baby received was outstanding,” she says, “but it was the human touch that made it so special. I cannot imagine having a better team.”
14-Jun-2010
The patient was 30 years old and he was dying. His liver—scarred beyond repair by cirrhosis that followed a hepatitis B infection 18 years earlier—was scarcely functioning.