With numerous Christians patients and staff members, Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center did not let Christmas pass by without a visit to youngsters of that faith at its Ruth Children’s Hospital.
More than three decades after plague of the AIDS virus (HIV) became known, it is still with us and has killed millions of people, most of them in the developing world. Fortunately, if patients have access to the anti-AIDS “cocktail” of drugs, the highly infectious disorder has become a chronic disease rather than one that kills its victims.
A promising partnership between Israel’s Rambam Medical Center and and the Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI) at Georgia’s Institute of Technology in the US will make it possible for Israeli scientists to produce and sell new medical technology better and faster. The two sides agreed to set up a medical technology incubator for Israeli-based companies in Atlanta.
God created Adam, and then Eve, with perfect bodies. Thus He didn’t provide spare parts. But in recent decades, due to aging and people’s abuse of their own bodies because they are obese, smoke and do not exercise or eat properly, researchers have developed 3-dimensional (3D) printers to create some artificial parts to extend human… Read more »
Sometimes, all it takes to make a change that saves lives are two physicians and one nurse from Israel. Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center recently sent two senior physicians and a pediatric nurse to Nakuru, Kenya, to teach the local medical teams advanced resuscitation skills. Just a few days of lectures, practice, simulations and individual training… Read more »
It is an irony of the Middle East. At the same time that Gaza terrorists send burning balloons and kites and have – for now – stopped hurling rockets and missiles at southern Israel, Israeli and Palestinian physicians are collaborating at Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center. Medicine and caring for the sick it seems, can bring enemies together.