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Construction Update: Hadassah Celebrates New Healing Garden--Gifted by Australian Donors
With entertainment by the children of the Shalva School Chorus Band, in front of the Eli Douer and Family Center for Pediatric Genetic and Chronic Diseases on Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus, a groundbreaking was celebrated for the new Healing and Environmental Garden, a gift from Australians, Jack and Robert Smorgon and their families, along with other supporters of Hadassah Australia and Jewish National Fund. Date: 7/15/2013


Dental School Celebrates 60 Years of Excellence and Role as Bridge to Peace
Sixty years after the women of Hadassah, the Hebrew University and Alpha Omega International Fraternity opened the first dental school in Israel, hundreds of dentists, oral surgeons and researchers from Israel and abroad celebrated the achievements of the Hebrew University-Hadassah Faculty of Dental Medicine and its role in building bridges for peace. Date: 7/10/2013


From the Desk of Avigdor Kaplan
The first note from the desk of the new Director-General Avigdor Kaplan. Date: 7/2/2013


Chinese Delegation Visits Hadassah's Hospital on First Trip to Israel
A delegation of Chinese health officials, led by Professor Xiaochun Chen, Deputy Director-General of the Provincial Department of Health of Hunan Province, which has more than 75 million citizens, visited Hadassah Medical Organization at Ein Kerem on Sunday. Date: 7/1/2013


Hadassah Senior Ob/Gyn Physicians Share Expertise with International Researchers
Dozens of researchers from different countries participated in a seminar at Hadassah Medical Organization presented by Hadassah's Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, as part of a Society for Gynecological Investigation (SGI) conference, which took place in Israel for the first time. Date: 6/26/2013


Placental Cells Mitigate Radiation-Induced Complications in Mice, Hadassah Researchers Reveal
Placental cells, Hadassah Medical Organization researchers have shown, were successful in mitigating acute radiation-induced complications in mice when transplantation was initiated 24 hours following total body irradiation. Date: 6/26/2013


Hadassah's Hospital in Ein Kerem Hosts Stillbirth Support Groups
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center at Ein Kerem runs a support group for women who have had stillbirths--where a baby is born lifeless as a result of a miscarriage or a medically induced abortion. Date: 6/19/2013


Hollywood Star Sharon Stone Visits Hadassah Medical Organization
Hollywood star Sharon Stone, a long-time activist to find a cure for AIDS, visited Hadassah-Hebrew University Center in Ein Kerem today to meet with Professor Dan Engelhard, head of Hadassah's pediatric AIDS unit which has developed an integrative method of treating children who are HIV positive in Israel and around the world. Date: 6/18/2013


Mayor of Paris Visits Hadassah's Hospital in Ein Kerem
In 2005, an Israeli-France partnership formed "Heart for Peace," a program at Hadassah- Hebrew University Medical Center which cares for Palestinian children suffering from severe heart disease, free of charge. Since its inception the association has raised funds to save the lives of over 500 Palestinian children in need of cardiac surgery. Date: 6/17/2013


Hadassah and Yale Researchers Find Peptide Prevents Disease in Mice
Researchers have discovered that a certain peptide released by a fetus during pregnancy, called a “pre-implantation factor” (PIF) is effective in preventing graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) in mice, following a bone marrow transplant. Date: 6/13/2013


Helping Patients to Heal: Hadassah-Mount Scopus Hosts Art Exhibition
“Creativity and Health” was the theme for this year’s annual art exhibition, hosted for patients and the local community at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus. Date: 6/13/2013


Stem Cells Speed Up Healing Process for Severe Fractures, Hadassah Orthopedists Prove
Injecting stem cells to treat severe fractures speeds up recovery, physicians in the Orthopedics Department of the Hadassah University Medical Center have demonstrated. Date: 6/13/2013


Hadassah Conference Highlights and Honors Excellence in Research
The second annual Research Conference in memory of Dr. Ido Yatziv, former Director of Hadassah's Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), highlighted studies conducted by residents, nurses and paramedical staff. Date: 6/3/2013


Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus Offers Self-Help Group for Children Suffering with Obesity
The Nutrition and Diet Clinic of Hadassah Hospital- Mount Scopus is hosting a new self-help group for children who suffer from obesity and their parents. Date: 6/3/2013


Hadassah Pediatric Fellow Leads Paradigm Shift in Israeli Pediatric Care
To spearhead a paradigm shift in Israeli pediatric care, Hadassah Medical Center Pediatrician Dr. Hava Gadassi trained for two and a half years at the Center for Community Child Health at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. Date: 6/3/2013


Hadassah to the Rescue for Toothless Children
For the first time in Israel, two toothless children, ages five and six, were given the ability to talk, chew solid food, and smile again, thanks to dental implants they received from multidisciplinary health professionals at the Hadassah-Hebrew University School of Dental Medicine. Date: 6/3/2013


Hadassah’s Department of Pediatrics Receives Donation of Laptops and Videos
Dozens of laptops, videos, and CDs were donated to the Hadassah Medical Center's Department of Pediatrics for use by hospitalized children. The laptops were contributed by a number of businesses, as well as private donors. Date: 6/3/2013


Pilgrimage Ends With Organ Donations at Hadassah
A 61-year-old Christian tourist from Russia suffered a massive heart attack during a pilgrimage to the holy Christian sites in Israel a few weeks ago. She was rushed to the Hadassah Medical Organization, suffering from extensive brain damage and was immediately admitted to Hadassah's Intensive Care Unit. After numerous efforts to save her life were unsuccessful, the doctors had to pronounce her brain dead. Date: 6/3/2013


Soon-to-be Parents Thank Hadassah
Soon-to-be parents, identified here by their first initial, wrote this note in appreciation of the treatment they received at Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center at Ein Kerem. Date: 6/3/2013


Hadassah Medical Organization Names New Director General
"After a thorough search process, I am very happy to announce that Avigdor Kaplan has been chosen unanimously by the HMO Board to serve as Hadassah Medical Organization's Director General. His credentials are impressive," says National President Marcie Natan. Date: 5/31/2013


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