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Hadassah Researchers Investigate Link Between “Love Hormone” and Development of Autism
Researchers at the Hadassah Medical Center are investigating the connection between lower levels of the hormone, oxytocin, during pregnancy and the development of autism. Date: 1/24/2013


Hadassah: Care "With Endless Devotion"
A woman with a malignant melanoma who was treated at the Hadassah Medical Center wrote to say that her Hadassah surgeon cared for her "with endless devotion." Date: 1/24/2013


The Birth of Hila’s Baby: A Tribute to Hadassah Medical Center Ingenuity and Perseverance
When 35-year-old Hila failed to conceive despite 13 rounds of treatment in 4 different centers in Israel, fertility specialists at the Hadassah Medical Center suggested they try a slightly different approach. Date: 1/24/2013


Leading Israeli Health Reporters Feature Hadassah
Two of Israel's leading health reporters chose interesting angles to their year-end articles. Hadassah is the only Israeli hospital they mention. Date: 1/10/2013


Appreciative Parent of Child with Down Syndrome Praises Hadassah Medical Center
A mother of a child with Down Syndrome, who recently immigrated to Israel, shared her great admiration and appreciation for the Hadassah Medical Center's National Center for Down Syndrome. Date: 1/9/2013


Diagnosis of Mysterious Fever Saves Man’s Life at Hadassah
When a 50-year-old man came to the Hadassah Medical Center with a mysterious fever and difficulty breathing, the cause was difficult to determine and standard treatment for his clinical systems did not stop his decline. Date: 1/9/2013


Hadassah Medical Center Appoints New Director of Pediatric Intensive Care
Dr. Philip Toltzis, Interim Chief of the Division of Pharmacology and Critical Care at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, a teaching hospital of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, has been appointed Director of Pediatric Intensive Care. He succeeds the late Dr. Ido Yatziv and Acting Director Dr. Jacques Braun. Date: 1/9/2013


Hadassah Welcomes New Head of Pediatrics at Ein Kerem Hospital
Professor Shimon Reif, a specialist in pediatrics and pediatric gastroenterology and Chair of the Pediatric Division at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, has been appointed head of Pediatrics at Hadassah Hospital-Ein Kerem. He is replacing Prof. Dan Engelhard, who has completed 10 years in the role and will now continue to serve as head of Hadassah and Pediatric AIDS Center. Date: 1/9/2013


Hadassah: Renowned in Noninvasive Removal of Kidney Stones
One of the first hospitals in the world to acquire a lithotripter--which revolutionized the elimination of kidney stones with noninvasive shock wave therapy—the Hadassah Medical Center today houses the largest Kidney Stone Treatment Center in Israel. Date: 1/9/2013


Little Girl with Large Mass Relieved of Breathing Difficulty by Hadassah
An eight-year-old girl was having difficulty breathing and was scheduled for a bronchoscopy at the Hadassah Medical Center; Hadassah's physicians discovered that a large mass was the cause. Date: 1/9/2013


Man Survives Life-Threatening Bite by Microorganism, Thanks to Hadassah
When a 53-year-old man was hospitalized at the Hadassah Medical Center in unstable condition, suffering from sepsis, a severe systemic inflammatory response, an extensive set of tests revealed that he had been bitten by a microorganism called Rickettsia. Date: 1/9/2013


Hadassah Physician/Researchers Identify Defective Gene and Halt Paralysis of Babies’ Limbs and Vocal Cords
Identifying the defective gene that has caused neuropathy in children of North African descent, physician/researchers at the Hadassah Medical Center have employed an experimental drug to prevent permanent paralysis of both muscle and vocal cords in four children. Date: 12/21/2012


Grateful Patients Praise Hadassah Medical Organization
Whether it is from a pregnant woman needing to spend part of her pregnancy as an inpatient or a cancer patient receiving chemotherapy, the Hadassah University Medical Center receives letters of appreciation on a daily basis. Date: 12/11/2012


Hadasit Creates “Brunch Club” to Forge Bonds Between Hadassah Physicians and Industry Professionals
To foster creative new research, Hadasit, the Hadassah Medical Center's technology transfer arm, has instituted "The Brunch Club," bringing together Hadassah physician/researchers and industry professionals who work in related fields. Date: 12/5/2012


Hadasit Sets Up Incubator Company to Develop Stent Locator
To develop a unique stent locator based on the work of three Hadassah Medical Center heart specialists, Hadasit, Hadassah's Technology Transfer Company, has created an incubator company entitled AOL Medical. Date: 12/5/2012


Hadassah Engineer Celebrates 100th Anniversary on Nepal Mountaintop
Hadassah Medical Center Chief Engineer Beli Deutsch, while exploring natural tracks in Nepal, celebrated Hadassah's 100th anniversary on the Laurebina Pass some 15,300 feet above sea level. "I was very sorry I missed the Hadassah Centennial Celebration in Jerusalem," he says, "so I arranged a celebration for myself!" Date: 12/5/2012


Hadassah Medical Center Saves the Lives of Triplets
Carrying triplets, a 49-year-old woman was rushed to the Hadassah Medical Center's High-risk Pregnancy Unit when she experienced swollen legs and contractions during her 26th week of pregnancy Date: 12/5/2012


Radiology and Oncology Team at Hadassah Save Little Girl’s Eye
The Hadassah Medical Center's radiologists and oncologists joined forces to save the life and the sight of a seven-year-old girl afflicted with a cancerous tumor in her eye that was causing her eyeball to bulge out of its socket. Date: 12/5/2012


Hadassah Anesthesiologists Work Around Woman’s Fear of Entering a Hospital
When a woman who needed dental surgery became hysterical with fear as she drove up to the hospital, unable to gain the courage to enter, Hadassah Medical Center Senior Anesthesiologist Prof. Alex Avidan and Prof. Eliezer Kauffman, Director of Dental Anesthesia, came out to her car, all the necessary equipment in tow, and gave her some anesthetic--while she was still seated in her car. Date: 12/1/2012


Hadassah Medical Center Intervention Program for Kids with Cognitive Problems is Piloted in Jerusalem School System
Dr. Itai Berger, Director of Hadassah's Pediatric Neuro-Cognitive Center, and his team have created a model for early diagnosis and intervention with children who suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Learning Disabilities (LD,) which is being piloted in the Jerusalem school system. Date: 12/1/2012


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Hadasit, Hadassah’s Technology Transfer Arm, Reviews 2012’s Accomplishments

When the Hadassah University Medical Center’s physicians suggest a solution to a medical problem which can lead to the development of a new medicine or product, Hadasit, Hadassah’s technology transfer arm, explores its feasibility and supports the promotion of those viable ideas with innovation potential. Although 2012 has been “a year full of challenges for the life science industry,” says Einat Zisman, Hadasit’s Chief Executive Officer, Hadasit still signed 125 agreements for clinical trials, all to be done at Hadassah. In addition, Hadasit signed 15 agreements for cooperation and commercialization of technologies that were developed at Hadassah. Click here to read the latest Newsletter from Hadasit >>

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