Beyar appointed new Israel Transplant steering c'tee head

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May 25, 2010 21:15

 
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Prof. Rafael Beyar, director-general of Rambam Medical Center, was chosen on Tuesday by Deputy Health Minister Ya’acov Litzman to serve also as chairman of the steering committee of Israel Transplant, which sets its policy.

The position at Israel Transplant, which coordinates organ donations and transplantation, has been vacant for a long time. Litzman previously appointed Beyar to be chairman of the committee to recommend new medical technologies for 2010.

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