Dagan’s condition ‘improving’ after liver transplant

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October 18, 2012 04:28

 
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The medical condition of former Mossad chief Meir Dagan, hospitalized in Belarus after undergoing a liver transplant, has improved in recent hours, Dagan’s friend and former police commander Uri Bar- Lev told The Jerusalem Post Wednesday.

Dagan, 67, had traveled to Belarus after a matching donor was found for him there, Bar-Lev added.

“All of the people of Israel are praying for his full recovery. We all know his contribution to the security of Israel. We pray that he wins the battle for life like has won all other battles,” Bar-Lev added.

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