Initiated in Israel, Clinical Trial for Innovative Pancreatic Cancer Treatment Expands to United States
A clinical trial with TL-118--a new treatment for metastatic pancreatic cancer--that has been ongoing at the Hadassah University Medical Center and three other oncology centers in Israel, has been expanded to the United States.
A Tribute to Prof. Saul Merin: Hadassah Ophthalmologist Who Built Bridges to Peace Through Medicine
Through his long-time collaboration with the St. John Eye Hospital in East Jerusalem, Prof. Saul Merin, Hadassah University Medical Center ophthalmologist, was a role model for building bridges between Israelis and Palestinians through medicine
Hadassah’s Community Health Program Celebrates Graduation of New Group of Volunteers
The Hadassah Medical Center's Community Health Promotion Program for women aged 60 and above in the Gilo neighborhood of Jerusalem celebrated the graduation of 42 volunteer leaders in September.
Pediatrics Wing B on Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus: State-of-the-Art Care in a Top-Notch Space
Since the opening of the renovated and expanded Pediatrics Wing B at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus in February 2011, more than 3,000 children, mirroring the diversity of Israel's population, have been hospitalized in the new state-of-the-art space.
Where do Hadassah Nurses Come From?
Watch the stories of four nurses, each born in different countries and from diverse backgrounds, who found their way and purpose in helping others through work at Hadassah Hospital.
Hadassah and Boston Cardiologists Identify Factor Which Exacerbates Heart Failure
In a series of experiments, Dr. Ronen Beeri, Director of the Cardiovascular Research Center at the Hadassah Medical Center, and Dr. Robert Levine, Senior Physician at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, have demonstrated that mitral regurgitation augments the remodeling process occurring after a myocardial infarction which, in turn, exacerbates further heart failure.
Hadassah Cardiologists Initiate International Heart Valve Summit
As members of an international consortium of leading scientists studying the heart’s mitral valve, Hadassah Medical Center cardiologists invited their colleagues to meet in Jerusalem for a first International Heart Valve Summit of the Israel Heart Society.
Hadassah Medical Center Signs Collaboration Agreement with European Medical Center of Moscow
The Hadassah University Medical Center has signed a cooperation agreement with the European Medical Center (EMC) of Moscow, facilitating the exchange of knowledge and experience between clinical specialists in the two medical institutions.
Hadassah Physicians Focus on Quality of Life Issues for Young Eye Cancer Patients
Though over 95 percent of children are cured of retinoblastoma, a malignant tumor of the eye, the Hadassah University Medical Center’s specialists are focusing on the quality of life (QOL) issues that plague these young patients.
Hadassah Specialists Conduct Clinical Trial Using Deep Brain Stimulation to Relieve Depression
A multidisciplinary team at the Hadassah Medical Center is testing the use of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) to alleviate depression in severely affected patients.
Patient Number Three Saved at Hadassah with World-First Stem Cell Treatment
With a world-first placental stem-cell (PLX) treatment, developed by Pluristem, doctors at the Hadassah University Medical Center have saved the life of a third patient suffering from bone marrow disease.
Sister of Olympic Gold Medalist Treated at Hadassah for Cystic Fibrosis, Celebrates Her Bat Mitzvah
Thanks to on-going treatment provided by Prof. Eitan Kerem, head of Pediatrics and the Cystic Fibrosis Center at the Hadassah Medical Center, Shefa Shukrun, who suffers from cystic fibrosis, was able to celebrate her Bat Mitzvah in Jerusalem this summer.
Hadassah Medical Center Receives Accolades from Founder of French Institute of International Affairs
Finding himself in the Ophthalmology Department at Hadassah Hospital-Ein Kerem with an eye problem needing urgent care, Founder of the French Institute of International Affairs Dominique Moisi witnessed “the most comforting and hopeful signs that I have encountered in the entire region in many years.”
One of the Most Important Buildings of Jerusalem: the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower
Described by Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat as “one of the most important buildings in the city,” the Hadassah Medical Center’s Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower is the child of many--from donors to designers, dreamers to doers.
Rasheda Ali, Stem Cell Advocate and Muhammad Ali’s Daughter, Visits with Hadassah’s Neurology Experts
Rasheda Ali, daughter of
the legendary boxer, Muhammad Ali and member of the advisory board of
BrainStorm, the Israeli company that works on innovative treatments for
Parkinson’s and Multiple Sclerosis with Hadassah Senior Neurologist Prof. Dimitrios
Karussis, will now focus her efforts on behalf of the BrainStorm/Hadassah
Cell Cure Neurosciences Receives Grant of $1.33 Million From Israel's Office of the Chief Scientist
Cell Cure Neurosciences Ltd., whose Chief Scientific Officer is Hadassah University Medical Center's Prof. Benjamin Reubinoff--Director of the its Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Center--received a 1.3 million-dollar grant from Israel's Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS) to help finance its development of a treatment for age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Hadassah International Ambassador from Germany Presents Game Show Winnings to Hadassah Medical Center’s Head of Pediatrics
Actress and Hadassah International Ambassador Veronica Ferres presents a check for $125,000 euros from her game show winnings to Prof. Eitan Kerem
Placental Stem Cell Therapy Saves Hadassah Patient with Bone Marrow Failure
A woman with terminal bone marrow failure was saved at the Hadassah Medical Center with placental stem cell therapy, marking the second successful treatment of a patient with this life-threatening medical condition in three months.
Hadassah Cardiologists Find That Vitamin D Supplementation Increases Survival for Heart Failure Patients
Noting that Vitamin D deficiency is "highly prevalent" in patients with heart failure (HF) and "a significant predictor of reduced survival," Hadassah Medical Center physicians determined that Vitamin D supplementation was associated with improved outcome.
Hadassah Medical Center Physicians and Orthopedic Nurse Gain International Recognition for Their Expertise
Initiated by Hadassah Australia, the collaboration between Prof. Tali Siegal, Director of the Hadassah Medical Center's Gaffin Neuro-oncology Center, and Prof. Andrew Kaye, head of Neurosurgery at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia, has turned out to be a winning alliance for brain cancer monitoring and targeted treatment.