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Romanian Medical Student Thanks Hadassah for Giving Him His Life Back

While on vacation, shortly before he was to begin medical school, David Fintzi was electrocuted when he touched an active power line as he got on a train. The jolt, he said, “blew me right off!”

When the physicians in Romania, as well as consultants in Germany, feared that they would not be able to save his life, the local Jewish community rallied and arranged for David to be airlifted to the Hadassah Medical Center. Hear David and his parents tell the story below:

To read more about David’s inspiring medical journey, read Electrocuted Romanian Medical Student, Airlifted to Hadassah, Making Progress



Date: 7/31/2014


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