Hadassah Lab Discovery: Special Compound Dramatically Shrinks Lung Tumors
Hadassah University Medical Center researchers have discovered that a
special compound called BKT140 shrank lung cell tumors by about 50 percent in
cell samples and laboratory mice. When BKT140 was combined with radiation
therapy and chemotherapy, cancer cell growth decreased by about 90 percent in
Australian Intensive Care Specialist Chooses to Move to Israel and Join Hadassah Medical Staff
Dr. Peter Vernon Van Heerden, an Australian intensive care specialist with Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth, and a professor at the University of Western Australia, will shortly be moving to Israel and joining the medical staff of the Hadassah University Medical Center.
CEO of Hadasit Bio-Holdings Interviewed by Bio Tuesdays.com
Interview with Chief Executive Officer of Hadasit, Ophir Shahaf
Childhood Cancer Survivors Bolstered by Hadassah Medical Center Clinic
With 80 percent of childhood cancer victims cured of the disease today, the need to address the complex issues that the young survivors face in the aftermath of treatment led the Hadassah University Medical Center to establish a Childhood Cancer Survivor Clinic.
Collaborations Continue Through Hadassah Medical Center and Cincinnati Children’s Partnership
As part of a clinical exchange program between the Hadassah University Medical Center and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Dr. Polina Stefansky, Director of Hadassah's Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Center, visited Cincinnati Children's Hospital for two weeks of medical collaboration and training in March. The Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah hosted a buffet lunch for her, where she spoke about her work at Hadassah with gene therapy and bone marrow transplants.
Hadassah National Board Member Views Completed Hospital Tower--As a Patient
The Hadassah University Medical Center's 2012 Nancy Falchuk Nursing Scholarships were awarded in March to Odeya Tel-Tzur, Deputy Head Nurse at the Judy and Sidney Swartz Center for Emergency Medicine; Meirav Kiviti, Oncology Day Care Nurse at the Sharett Institute of Oncology; Yehudit Lalum-Har'el, Head Nurse in the Pediatric and Surgery Outpatient Clinic at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus; and Sigalit Caspi, Head Nurse in the Emergency Room at Hadassah-Mt. Scopus. The Falchuk scholarship, which enables the nurses to pursue advanced study, conduct research or give a presentation at an international conference, was created through donations from Hadassah International units around the world in tribute to Outgoing Hadassah International President, Nancy Falchuk, when she completed her term in 2004.
Hadassah’s Heart Failure Center Reaches out to the Community, Providing Continuity of Care
Hadassah's Heart Failure and Heart Muscle Disease Center reaches out to the community to bridge the gap between hospital-based and community-based medicine.
Hadassah’s Post-Surgery Patient Enjoys the Comfort of the New Hospital Tower
Brenda Godfrey, who immigrated to Israel from the United Kingdom 35 years ago and recently was a post-surgery patient at the Hadassah University Medical Center, praised her new temporary home in the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower. She had rave reviews for the entire staff and, especially, her two surgeons, Dr. Gidon Almogy and Dr. Mahmud Abu-Ghazallah.
Hadassah’s Young Patients Transported to New Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Leaving the crowded Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) on the fourth floor, the first young patients, on beds and in incubators, were moved into the new spacious PICU three floors above in the Hadassah University Medical Center Charlotte R. Bloomberg Mother and Child Center.
Placental Stem Cells Prove Successful in Bringing Little Girl to Recovery at Hadassah
Using placental mesenchymal stem cells--which proved effective in pre-clinical trials--physicians at the Hadassah University Medical Center rescued the life of a seven-year-old Romanian girl whose two bone marrow transplants were not triggering the repair needed to save her life.
Prof. Eitan Gross, Hadassah Pediatric Surgeon and Naval Commando
In addition to putting in long days treating patients and doing research, a large percentage of Hadassah University Medical Center physicians are officers in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Pediatric Surgeon Dr. Eitan Gross is an example
Pregnant Woman from Cyprus with Rare Ectopic Pregnancy Saved at Hadassah
30-year-old pregnant woman from Cyprus was flown to the Hadassah University
Medical Center when her local physician, who made the diagnosis of an ectopic
pregnancy under the left kidney, referred her to
Hadassah for further care. A 48-hour surgery at Hadassah saved her life.
Hadassah International Ambassador Wins 250,000 Euros on German Quiz Show
With an audience of 8-10 million people watching, Hadassah International Ambassador and Actress Veronica Ferres won 250,000 euro on a German quiz show and announced that she would donate half her winnings to the new Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Hadassah Hospital-Ein Kerem.
Study Finds Anti-Aging Genes in Ultra-Orthodox Women
Hadassah researchers have identified genes unique to women who conceive naturally after 45, which generate an anti-aging effect on those women.
From Marathon Runner to Patient: A Canadian Professor Praises Hadassah
Canadian Professor Gil Troy was running a marathon in Jerusalem when he landed in Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus with a fractured femur. "Hadassah Medical Center remains one of Israel's miracles," he says.
Hadassah Juvenile Diabetes Conference Draws 100 Participants from All Sectors of Jerusalem
Young patients and their parents from all sectors of Jerusalem's population attended the 10th annual conference of the Hadassah Juvenile Diabetes Clinic, an event initiated by Dr. David Zangen, Director of the Pediatric Endocrinology and Juvenile Diabetes Unit at Hadassah Hospital-Mt. Scopus.
Miraculous Surgeries at Hadassah Medical Center Give Hadassah Doctor Back Her Life Following Terrorist Attack
Despite the fact that a terrorist's bomb exploded in her face, Hadassah University Medical Center's Dr. Mirela Siderer, a gynecologist at the Clinic for Women's Health in Ashkelon, has been able to return to work, thanks to the surgical expertise at Hadassah.
Multidisciplinary Epilepsy Center Opens at Hadassah University Medical Center
A new interdisciplinary center for the treatment of epilepsy in children and adults has opened at the Hadassah University Medical Center.
The Magic of Hadassah’s Medical Clowns
Because laughter is magical medicine, the Hadassah University Medical Center has a dynamic Medical Clown Program, which puts a smile on the faces of its pediatric patients.
The Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower: An Appraisal from Its' Architect
As the first patients settle into the Hadassah University Medical Center's Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower, Moshe Levy, Project Architect, Spector-Amisar Architects, reflects on what the building communicates.