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Mickey Schnitzer, Tanya Habjouqa and Debbie Levine
Al Jazeera photographer Tanya Habjouqa, from Texas, went to Hadassah Medical Organization recently to shoot for a special program on medicine for the media outlet. Among the doctors she photographed was Hadassah's Dr. Morisha Aboodia.

 

When Habjouka returned to Hadassah Hospital the following week to have her baby, Dr. Aboodia was on hand to deliver her son. Debbie Levine, a member of the National Board, and Hadassah Member Mickey Schnitzer, who are also from Texas and were visiting the hospital, met up with Habjouka at the hospital. They vowed to meet next at an exhibit of Habjouqa's photography in Houston in the future.

Date: 11/5/2013


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