by Mark Addleman

A few years from now, as you round that last bend in the road that winds up to the Hadassah Medical Centre at Ein Kerem, you will see before you two towers gleaming in the Jerusalem sunlight. One is the six-year-old Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower, among the most advanced surgical complexes in the world.…



WHO Director-General visits Hadassah & calls for health to be used as a bridge for peace.

by Mark Addleman

WHO Director-General calls for health to be used as a bridge for peace between Israel and Palestine World Health Organisation Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus concluded his first visit to Israel by recognizing the progress made in the Israeli health system, and calling for health to be used as a “bridge for peace”. During his…



“Hadassah in the News” with new Motor Neurone Disease research trial

by Mark Addleman

“Hadassah in the News” New Agreements for Human Embryonic Stem Cells Developed at Hadassah The Israeli Ministry of Health’s Supreme Committee granted approval yesterday to conduct the first two phases (I/Iia) clinical trial with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) patients also known as Motor Neurone Disease (MND), and Lou Gehrig’s disease, using a unique cell therapy.…



Shabbaton Choir – Our Hadassah Medical Clown Ambassadors

by Mark Addleman

On Monday 12th February, the Shabbaton Choir visited Hadassah Hospital to serenade to its patients. Along with the choir were Chazzans Lionel Rosenfeld and Jonny Turgel, who joined the choir in their visit. The choir’s first stop was the magnificent Marc Chagall’s windowed synagogue located within the Hospital. The light that emanates from the twelve…



Out of Love

by Mark Addleman

I met Masha in the surgery waiting room at Hadassah Ein Kerem, a three-year-old girl who lives in Russia. She comes every three months for an oncological examination under full anesthesia. Masha sat in the play area with her mother and was very nervous and agitated. She began to cry and shout at her mother…



Lawyer Mark Lewis tells of pride at offering hope to MS sufferers

by Mark Addleman

The media lawyer says he’s been “inundated” with messages of support and help after Channel 4 documentary. The Jewish lawyer who took part in a ground-breaking clinical trial of stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis in Israel has revealed he has been overwhelmed with messages of support and offers of assistance after his experience was…



Hadassah highlights -Hadassah Heroes.

by Mark Addleman

Jerusalem brothers reinvent the concept of cancer caregiving. It might take a village to raise a child, but it takes an army to defeat cancer. “Winning the battle against cancer is like going to war. You cannot win the battle without family support or without the support of an outreach organization because there is tremendous…



Mark Lewis: ‘I’ve fought MS for most of my life – new treatments mean I could soon win’

by Mark Addleman

By Guy Kelly 19 November 2017 Mark Lewis photographed near his Baker Street office last week CREDIT: RII SCHROER/TELEGRAPH 19 November 2017 When Mark Lewis was 24 years old, he sat in a doctor’s office and braced himself for bad news. After visiting his GP for tingling and numbness he had attributed to a probable…



Hadassah’s Prof. Eitan Kerem Brings New Hope to Cystic Fibrosis Patients

by Mark Addleman

Twenty-five years ago, Dr. Batsheva Kerem and Dr. Eitan Kerem made a significant contribution to the scientific world’s understanding of genetic mutations and cystic fibrosis. Together–with their medical/research teams–they mapped the genetic mutation profile of cystic fibrosis among different Jewish ethnic groups in Israel. Since then, life expectancy for individuals with cystic fibrosis has shifted…



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