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Sheba is a global leader in trauma surgery and rehabilitation technologies, all of whichhave been brought to bear in treating soldiers wounded in the recent conflict.

October 2, 2014 14:09
Moshe Ya’alon

Defense minister Moshe Ya’alon and Prof. Zeev Rotstein visit a wounded soldier at Sheba.. (photo credit: YAKOV LEVIT AND ILANA YAACOV FOR SHEBA MEDICAL CENTER)


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Prof. Zeev Rotstein, director of the Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer, was in the wartime command center below the hospital emergency room, when the call came in.

It was the first phone call in three weeks from his son, Roi, a deputy company commander in the Golani Brigade, who was fighting in Gaza.


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