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First in Israel: Hadassah’s New Innovative Treatment Corrects Irregular Heartbeat

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For the first time in Israel, a surgical team at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem has performed an innovative procedure to treat an irregular heartbeat in a patient’s atrium that enables the surgeon to access areas of the heart that were either difficult or impossible to reach previously. The procedure destroys abnormal tissue with high-frequency electrical energy, rendering the dysfunctional tissue incapable…



Hadassah and Neurogenesis announce results from Phase 2 MS Study

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A Phase 2 study at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem has revealed significant clinical improvements in patients with progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) after being treated with NG-01 stem cells developed by NeuroGenesis, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company advancing innovative cell therapies to combat neurodegenerative diseases. The 14-month randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled study, comprised of 48 patients, was led by Prof.…



Hadassah Remove Padlock From Child’s Stomach

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Tommy, a 6-year-old from Jerusalem, was admitted to Hadassah Hospital, Ein Kerem last week by his father after accidently swallowing a padlock. “We arrived at the hospital with heavy hearts and very afraid” said Tommy’s father. Hospital staff attended to Tommy immediately, urgently needing to decide on the best treatment method. Dr Ze’ev Davidovics, a…



Jewish Legacy Month: New Rehabilitation Centre Technological Incubator

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To mark Jewish Legacy Month this November, we wanted to outline exactly how Legacies left for Hadassah UK are being designated to support Hadassah Hospitals, Jerusalem. The Rehabilitation Department at Hadassah Mount Scopus is the sole department for patients aged 16-100 in the greater Jerusalem area. This department covers diverse neurological and orthopaedic situations in…



Flyover Salute To Hadassah Coronavirus Medical Staff

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Hadassah Hospital staff from the coronavirus ward received a special surprise last Friday morning when a civilian planes appeared over the hospital to express support for their intensive activity and salute their dedicated work. As part of the surprise, Hadassah’s CEO, Prof. Zeev Rotstein, a veteran pilot, was among the six pilots who circled in…



Hadassah UK and Maccabi GB launch brand new project ‘Just For Kicks’

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Wednesday 21st October, London – On Monday 19th October, Hadassah UK and Maccabi GB announced the launch of a brand new project, ‘Just For Kicks.’ ‘Just For Kicks’ is a fun initiative allowing people to support not only their favourite football team but also nominate their rival football teams whilst donating to two fantastic charities.…



Hadassah First: Recovered COVID-19 Patients Volunteer to Assist the Sick

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Hadassah University Hospital in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem became the first known hospital in the world to use recovered coronavirus patients to provide humanitarian support for those currently infected with the virus. On Wednesday, the hospital launched a programme to allow these volunteers, who were organised with the help of the Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) nonprofit Yad Avraham,…



Hadassah’s Wohl Institute Provides Tools for Researchers to Advance

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Just six months have passed since the Wohl Institute for Translational Medicine opened at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem, but it has already become the focus of 30 research projects from Hadassah. “In such a short time, with nearly half of it dominated by COVID-19, we’ve established ourselves as a national centre,” says Institute Director Prof.…



Hadassah Researchers Find Source of Coronavirus Blood Clots

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Researchers around the world have been puzzled by a deadly COVID-19 complication. Swollen legs, rashes and sudden death are a result of large and small blood clots. More than 30 percent of COVID-19 patients suffer from blood clots which create lethal blockages in the lungs, kidneys, heart and brain. Hadassah Prof. Abd Higazi, who heads…



New Innovative Hyperimmune Therapy for COVID-19 at Hadassah

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Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem became the first site in the world to test a passive vaccine treatment for Coronavirus (COVID-19) by administering Immunoglobulin G (IgG). Two months ago, Hadassah started collecting plasma rich with antibodies from recovered Coronavirus patients, with the aim of producing a treatment for severely ill patients. The plasmas collected from the…



Coronavirus rebel Zeev Rotstein’s battle against the bureaucrats

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Article by MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN, YAAKOV KATZ  Published in the Jerusalem Post, June 5, 2020  “We are not enemies, I just have a different opinion,” the Hadassah Hospital chief said. A few weeks after the novel coronavirus broke out in Israel in late February, Prof. Zeev Rotstein, the powerful head of Hadassah-University Medical Centre, sent a letter…



What does Covid-19 mean for children with additional needs and their families

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In a webinar, on May 27, organised by Hadassah UK and Norwood (the UK’s largest Jewish charity supporting children, families, and people with learning disabilities and autism), Prof. Eitan Kerem, head of the Division of Paediatrics at the Hadassah Hospitals in Jerusalem, offered advice to listeners from 16 countries about how parents can steer their…



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