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Pregnant woman with coronavirus dies at Hadassah, fetus doesn't survive

Osnat Ben Shitrit of Givat Zeev passes away following intensive efforts by hospital staff to save her and connection to ECMO machine.

Pregnant woman with coronavirus dies at Hadassah

Hadassah director: Hospital is 'a partner' in development of Russian coronavirus vaccine

Prof. Rotstein says Hadassah branch in Moscow “is a partner in the clinical trials of the new Russian vaccine.”

Hadassah director: Hospital is 'a partner' in Russian vaccine

Hadassah revives teen after cardiac arrest: 'They fought like lions'

“The doctors and other medical personnel fought like lions. I can’t describe our feelings when her heart beat once again."

Hadassah revives teen after cardiac arrest

Diet is key in lockdown

Hadassah nutritionist and dietician Rivki Harari offers tips for how to eat healthfully during the coronavirus lockdown.

Diet is key in lockdown

Hadassah nurse cuts short maternity leave to work in corona unit

Despite being on maternity leave, Moran Hanuka didn't hesitate to join her colleagues at the hospital when coronavirus broke out in Israel.

Hadassah nurse cuts short maternity leave to work in corona unit

Hadassah to triple corona testing

Hadassah increases corona testing after the country’s central lab had to close its doors when its deputy director was infected.

Hadassah to triple corona testing

Hadassah, Hala sign breast-cancer treatment, research agreement

Hadassah will serve as the main hospital for all Hala patients in multidisciplinary breast-cancer care.

Hadassah, Hala sign breast-cancer treatment, research agreement

Hadassah opens new pediatric bone marrow transplantation unit

“The new expanded unit will enable Hadassah to provide life-saving treatments to 51 additional children every year.”

Hadassah opens new pediatric bone marrow transplantation unit

New Hadassah president 'exemplifies selfless service'

Hadassah national secretary Rhoda Smolow becomes organization’s president.

New Hadassah president 'exemplifies selfless service'

Hadassah immunologist saves Israeli boy from allergy to light

The fact A. was outside bathed in sunshine and not protected by dark clothing represented nothing short of a medical miracle.

Hadassah immunologist saves Israeli boy from allergy to light

Hadassah's new 'Locomat' helps paralyzed IDF soldier

Combat soldier paralyzed by Guillain – Barre Syndrome determined to regain ability move, aided by 'Locomat' robotic walking system.

Hadassah's new 'Locomat' helps paralyzed IDF soldier

'It is forbidden for doctors to go on strike'

Rabbi Eliyahu on child cancer department crisis at Hadassah: 'Jewish law says that a doctor who refuses to give treatment spills blood.'

'It is forbidden for doctors to go on strike'

'We view Iranian military foothold in Syria with utmost gravity'

PM speaks at cabinet meeting about security threats from Syria, Indian PM's upcoming visit, and Hadassah Hospital crisis.

'We view Iranian military foothold in Syria with utmost gravity'

Three moving firsthand accounts of the Six-Day War

Hadassah Magazine tells of Elie Wiesel's first visit to the Western Wall and of how the hospital functioned while its doctors fought a war.

Three moving firsthand accounts of the Six-Day War

Court allows resignation of Hadassah child cancer doctors

Judges rejected the request of the hospital to issue an injunction against the resignation of doctors in the child cancer department.

Court allows resignation of Hadassah child cancer doctors

'Fighting for our children's lives'

Parents of child cancer patients at Hadassah hospital concerned that patients will be left without treatment, term it a 'death sentence.'

'Fighting for our children's lives'

Hadassah Magazine founding editor dies at 103

Jesse Lurie, longtime Hadassah Magazine editor and peace activist, dies at 103.

Hadassah Magazine founding editor dies at 103

Doctors cure paralyzed 6-year-old

Ruth Rosenthal suffered from paralysis after falling and injuring her neck, but doctors managed to restore function to her hands and legs.

Doctors cure paralyzed 6-year-old girl

Work Dispute Declared at Israeli Hospitals

The Histadrut labor union on Thursday declared a work dispute in all of Israel's hospitals. A strike could evolve within weeks.

Work Dispute, Prelude to Strike, Declared at Israeli Hospitals

Hadassah Doctors to Return to Work

Court approves renewal of Hadassah doctors' malpractice insurance, paves the way for end of strike.

Hadassah Doctors to Return to Work

Strike at Hadassah Hospital Ends

Hadassah management and employees reach interim agreement. Employees will return to work on Wednesday morning.

Strike at Hadassah Hospital Ends

The State has 'A Duty' to Save Hadassah Hospital

Hadassah National President says her charity was 'never involved in managing' Jerusalem's Hadassah Medical Center.

Hadassah President: The State has 'A Duty' to Bail Out Hospitalplayer

'Doctors Cannot Go on Strike, On Principle'

Medical professional and former MK Dr. Aryeh Eldad speaks to Arutz Sheva about the Hadassah strikes and what it means to be a doctor.

'Doctors Cannot Go on Strike, On Principle'

Hadassah Strike to Continue, May Get Worse

Meeting between employees and management ends with no results. Hadassah employees threaten further strike action.

Hadassah Strike to Continue, May Get Worse

Eldad: Doctors Don't Have a Right to Strike

Former MK Aryeh Eldad told Arutz Sheva that he did not believe doctors had a right to strike.

Eldad: Doctors Don't Have a Right to Strike

Accusations Fly as Hospital Strikes Continue

President, Prime Minister weigh in on Hadassah hospital strike as outrage continues to mushroom.

Government Officials Point Fingers as Hadassah Strikes Continue

Hospital Protests Snowball

Medical centers across Israel to protest Sunday in solidarity with strikers at Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem.

Hospital Protests Snowball

Hadassah Releases Open Letter to Gov't over Strike

Hadassah women's organization, the non-profit behind Hadassah Medical Center, calls on government to end Jerusalem hospital strike.

Hadassah Releases Open Letter to Government over Strike

Hadassah Medical Center on Strike

Jerusalem hospital staff strikes in protest of budget cuts; medical centers only providing emergency services.

Hadassah Medical Center on Strike Until Further Notice

Hadassah: WoW Made 'Important Step'

US Zionist women's group welcomes Women of the Wall's willingness to work with government.

Hadassah: WoW Made 'Important Step'

Hadassah President Plants Tree in New Forest

Marcie Natan, National President of Hadassah, and planted in Be'er Sheva the first tree in a forest dedicated to the Sandy Hook victims.

Hadassah President Plants First Tree in New Be'er Sheva Forest

Hadassah Receives $10M for Heart Health Center

Hadassah Medical Organization recieves $10 million gift to establish a cardiovascular wellness institute in Jerusalem.

Hadassah Receives $10M to Open Heart Center in Jerusalem