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A Tomato a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

October 18, 2006
The juicy tomato, a daily feature of the Israeli diet, may be helping keep Israelis healthy.


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Tracing the Footsteps of a Founder

October 1, 2006
The Beilenson family has a most interesting three-generation history with the Beilinson campus of the Rabin Medical Center. My husband, Tony Beilenson, is a double cousin of Dr. Moshe Beilinson for whom the Beilinson Hospital - now a part of the Rabin Medical Center - was named.


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Helping the Elderly Stand Tall

September 29, 2006
As the population of the world continues to live longer, medical problems associated with aging create a particular challenge for medical institutions.


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Remembering Seymour Rosenthal

September 15, 2006
American Friends of Rabin Medical Center mourns the passing of our dear friend, Seymour Rosenthal, a dedicated executive board member, and extends its deepest sympathies to his wife Lillian, and her family.


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A New Heart at Long Last

September 15, 2006
The nightmare of Pini Yuval, 57 years old, started 17 years ago when he was just 39.


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On High Alert

September 1, 2006
After so many suicide bombings and on again off again intifadas, a semi-normal quiet had settled on Israel, and the summer of 2006 showed hope for being a great tourist season and a joyous summer holiday for Israeli children.


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Healing the Patient's Soul

September 1, 2006
The fight against cancer is an ongoing battle. We are at war with this disease and we must fight it with all the means we have available.


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New Yorkers Hear War Report

September 1, 2006
In the middle of August during the Israel-Lebanon war, Stephen and Yvette Cohen Pomerantz hosted an event at their New York City home with Dr. Dean Ad-El, Director of Plastic Surgery at Rabin Medical Center.


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Iran's Manifesto for Murder

August 1, 2006
The following are excerpts of a speech given given by Prof. Daniel Jonah Goldhagen on January 15, 2006 at a South Florida gathering of American Friends of Rabin Medical Center in Boca Raton at Congregation B'nai Torah.


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A Bridge Between Israel and the USA

July 26, 2006
In 1973 Shellie Wislizki, a native New Yorker, followed her heart and immigrated to Israel with her Israeli-born husband.


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Less Anxierty Improves In Vitro Fertilization

July 24, 2006
For many women who have difficulty getting pregnant, the in vitro fertilization (IVF) process can be extremely stressful and all consuming.


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California Dreamin'

June 28, 2006
On June 20, the Bel Air, California home of Evelyn and Bill Bernstein was filled with over 100 supporters when the American Friends of Rabin Medical Center held an informative event on Parkinson's disease.


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Straight From the Plane

June 15, 2006
On June 5th, 2006, Rabin Medical Center was honored to host Rabbi Richard Yellin and a delegation from Temple Emeth in Delray Beach, Florida.


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Painless Robotic Surgery

June 1, 2006
A distinguished heart surgeon from Rabin Medical Center in Israel visited South Florida in April to discuss with the medical community new technologies in minimally invasive heart surgery using robotics, so that patients may resume activities within three days.


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A Gift Inaugurating the David Baruch Day Care Floor

May 15, 2006
On the evening of May 7th, 2006, David Baruch from Fort Lee, New Jersey, accompanied by his three children Assaf, Sharon and Karen, officially inaugurated the David Baruch Day Care Floor at the Davidoff Cancer Center.


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A Night to Remember Downtown

April 1, 2006
American Friends of Rabin Medical Center and the New Circle Committee members hosted a fun-filled evening for Israeli professionals in real estate and finance on March 23, 2006 at the prestigious new 20 Pine Street building, referred to as "The Collection.


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Keeping the Past Alive With Joy

April 1, 2006
Although Rabin Medical Center has become a unique and modern facility, it has never been far from its Zionist roots.


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Stem Cell Technology is Here

April 1, 2006
Over the weekend of December 2, 2005, more than 500 people had an opportunity to learn of revolutionary practices at Rabin Medical Center.


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Genetics and Dedication Solve Problems

March 15, 2006
Once a month, Lina Basel leaves her lab at the Schneider Children's Hospital in the Israeli city of Petah Tikvah and travels an hour north to an Israeli Arab village near Hadera.


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Oncology Department Opens at the Davidoff Center

March 1, 2006
Rabin Medical Center is pleased to announce the opening of the Department of Oncology, which ushers in a new era in cancer care and treatment.


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And They're Off...

March 1, 2006
This year's Miami Tropical Half-Marathon in January brought runners and observers to motivate and encourage the Trobman Family in their effort to combat cancer.


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His Memory Lives On

March 1, 2006
Rafael and Carmit Biel wanted nothing more than to have a child.


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Father's Gift of Vision to His Son

March 1, 2006
A tragic car accident allowed 27 year-old Tal Almos to finally see clearly again.


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Genetics is the Future

February 15, 2006
As the trend in medicine continues to point toward the importance of human gene discoveries in predicting, preventing, and treating diseases, Rabin Medial Center is now in the midst of constructing a new, state-of-the-art Genetics Institute.


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A Dilemma of Genetic Testing

February 15, 2006
The possibility of discovering the genetic predisposition of cancer presents a double-edged sword: of fear and hope.


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Tzipora Ronen

February 1, 2006
Tzipora Ronen, patient and famous artist - whose works have been shown around the world and especially in Mexico, met the Davidoff family who have a home in Mexico and made this center possible.


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Medical Experts Speak Out

February 1, 2006
AFRMC hosted Holocaust historian Prof. Daniel Goldhagen of Harvard who spoke to an audience of one hundred twenty five people on Sunday, January 15th in Boca Raton, at B'nai Torah Congregation.


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New York’s Café Philo Israel

February 1, 2006
The New Circle has successfully launched Cafe Philo Israel, a monthly gathering for intellectuals, decision makers, executives and professionals who want to explore political, social, and cultural developments in Israel.


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