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Rabin Doctor Builds Bridge to Peace

March 26, 2019
Inspired by Israeli model Rotem Sela’s Instagram post, “Arabs are also human beings,” Dr. Nadav Granat decided he wanted to take action too.


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Lung Transplant for Israel's First Lady at Rabin Medical Center

March 19, 2019
Nechama Rivlin, the 73-year-old wife of Israel’s 10th President Reuven Rivlin, received a lung transplant at [Israel’s] Rabin Medical Center in Petah Tikva near Tel Aviv, following a serious decline in her condition due to chronic pulmonary fibrosis.


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New Blood Test May Detect Fetal Genetic Disorders at 11 Weeks

March 12, 2019
Israeli scientists have developed a new blood test that could detect prenatal genetic disorders as early as 11 weeks into a pregnancy, allowing for a move away from more invasive methods to diagnose fetal diseases and genetic flaws.


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Fresh from the Blog: Vital Signs Health Trends

I Survived Breast Cancer by Natalie Gerber

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. I was always a positive person. I knew this would be an uphill battle but would not let the grueling treatment process make me a bitter person,...


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Rabbi Andy Bachman Remembers His Mother’s Breast Cancer

  Rabbi Andy Bachman Remembers His Mother’s Breast Cancer By Rabbi Andy Bachman Executive Director Jewish Community Project of Downtown (JCP New York) My mother died of breast cancer in 2012. It was a particularly virulent strain of the disease that remained under moderate control for five years and the re-appeared, aggressively attacking her lungs...


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Rockette Alumnae Face Cancer Head On

Katherine & Kimberly Corp are thrilled to be running for the Cheryl Diamond NYC 5K Schlep Run/Walk on June 2, 2019 in Battery Park, NYC! As former Radio City Rockettes and proud members of the Rockette Alumnae, they have been moved by the impact of cancer on their former colleagues and are happy to support...


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