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American Friends of Rabin Medical Center’s Annual 2014 Gala Honors Stanley Chera at an Evening of Solidarity to Benefit Israel’s Rabin Medical Center

November 19, 2014
With open hearts and strong minds, the American Friends of Rabin Medical Center (AFRMC) raised substantial funds for urgent medical equipment at their 15th Annual Gala.


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Interviewing Visiting Rabin Medical Exchange Fellow, Dr. Amos Levi

November 18, 2014
Our latest Rabin Medical Exchange Visiting Fellow at the Mount Sinai Heart Center in New York City during August 2014, Dr. Amos Levi, took a moment to chat with us.


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Israel's Leading Hospital System Uses BioHitech America's Unique Solution to Dispose of Food Waste

September 10, 2014
BioHitech America, the most innovative and sustainable solution to food waste removal, along with its Israeli Distributor Ramnoa Municipal Services, announced an expanded relationship with [Rabin Medical Center], Israel's leading hospital system.


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A Word From Our Latest Rabin Medical Exchange Visiting Fellow: Dr. Nadav Sahar

September 3, 2014
Our latest Rabin Medical Exchange Visiting Fellow at the University of California San Diego’s Gastroenterology Department, Dr. Nadav Sahar took a moment to chat with us.


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The War In Gaza and Operation Protective Edge: Dr. Leor Perl's First Hand Account (Abraham & Yvonne Cohen Cardiac & Medical Exchange Fellow)

August 20, 2014
For the last 36 days I have been on active duty, serving in a reserve infantry battalion under an "extra active service" order, as part of "Operation Protective Edge" and Israel's war in Gaza against Hamas.


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A Word From Our Latest Rabin Medical Exchange Visiting Fellow: Dr. Shai Shemesh

August 6, 2014
During my fellowship at the Las-Vegas Orthopedic Desert Center, I have spent two weeks with Dr. Todd Swanson and Dr. Parminder Kang, both well-known high-volume surgeons practicing the field of Arthroplasty (Adult reconstruction).


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Lone Soldier from Maryland Being Treated at Rabin

July 25, 2014
Since the launch of Operation Protective Edge, several helicopters have arrived at Rabin Medical Center with wounded Israel Defense Forces soldiers. Overall 39 injured soldiers have been brought to the Rabin Medical Center for emergency care. Jordan Low, a lone soldier from Baltimore, Maryland arrived at Rabin Medical Center on Sunday and is currently hospitalized in the general intensive care.


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A Healthy Diet For Your Heart: A Doctor’s Expert Advice

July 16, 2014
We are surrounded by information regarding the risk of cardiovascular disease, and the best way to prevent it in our daily lives. One may be overwhelmed with the infinite number of opinions advocated in the media, much of it based on personal experience and "locker-room science."


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Dr. Yair Molad, Head of the Rheumatology Unit at Rabin Medical Center, Visits New York City

July 9, 2014
"Twenty-two years after graduating the fellowship program in the Rheumatology Division at New York University Medical Center and the Hospital for Joint Diseases, I've come back as a visiting professor for a 10-week sabbatical period."


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Schlepping for Cancer

July 2, 2014
AFRMC hosts Fourth Annual Cheryl Diamond NYC 5k Schlep for Breast & Ovarian Cancer Run/Walk


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A Letter from Dr. Shirit Kazum

June 19, 2014
2014 Recipient of the Rabin Medical Center Exchange Fellowship in Honor of Scott Rechler, CEO & Chairman of RXR Realty


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I Survived Breast Cancer by Natalie Gerber

May 29, 2014
Three years ago this June at age 28, I was shockingly diagnosed with breast cancer. From that moment, I was determined to beat this both physically and emotionally.


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Stanford University Hosts Rabin Medical Exchange Fellow

May 26, 2014
A letter from Dr. Leor Perl 2013 recipient of the Abraham & Yvonne Cohen Cardiac & Medical Research Fellowship at Stanford University.


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Trobman Data Center Update

April 30, 2014
The research staff at the Charles E Trobman Data Center for Research Development at The Davidoff Center continues to expand.


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Women should be calmed before C-sections

April 8, 2014
Dr. says, going into such surgery with a feeling of safety and a calm atmosphere can minimize the need for additional medications.


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Live from Tel Aviv our Executive Director

March 26, 2014
Last night was a great night for American Friends of Rabin Medical Center as AFRMC founder Arlene Strelitz and I represented all of us in Israel at the opening of the new 54,000 foot Jusidman Emergency and Trauma Center.


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Handwriting Assessment can be Used for Early Detection of Parkinson's Disease

March 19, 2014
Recent studies have found distinct differences between the handwriting of patients with Parkinson's disease and that of healthy people.


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Expert: US Could Emulate Israel Health Management

March 12, 2014
In a recent ranking of countries with the most efficient health care systems, Israel ranked close to the top of the list. It snagged the number four slot, far ahead of the United States, which came in at number 46.


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Patients Receive Life Saving Transplants

March 5, 2014
This month, there was a peak of liver transplants in one week at Israel’s Rabin Medical Center and at The Schneider Children's Hospital.


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Paintings for Patients

February 26, 2014
Menashe Kadishman has donated 18 of his magnificent works of art to the opening of the Institute of Pulmonary Medicine at Rabin Medical Center.


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Rabin Medical Center Performs First Small Intestine Transplant In Israel

February 4, 2014
For the first time ever in Israel, the dedicated staff at the Rabin Medical Center performed a small intestine transplant in an adult.


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Study: Breastfeeding may reduce chances of ADHD

January 22, 2014
A new study shows that breastfeeding for at least three months may reduce the risk of and even prevent Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).


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Breaking Through Cancer's Shield

January 15, 2014
For more than a century, researchers were puzzled by the uncanny ability of cancer cells to evade the immune system. The answer arrived with a bonus: a way to thwart a cancer’s strategy.


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When the Mind Hides Behind Physical Ills

January 8, 2014
Israelis who were overweight as teenagers were more likely to have esophageal or gastroesophageal junction cancers later in life, researchers reported.


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