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“Fortunately, I work in a hospital where I am able to make new friends, dear to my heart, from the Arab public.”
“They’ll they need orthopedic surgeries, possibly blood transfusions. And the number of doctors here, it’s not enough," said Haj Yahya, who spoke to the Jerusalem Post from Gaza.
According to the report, Dr. Joel Fleischman returns to Cicely for the funeral of an old friend. Once there he meets new characters and reunites with old ones.
Doctor Jacob Nusbacher is a very accomplished pianist and photographer.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
Readers get answers to their health questions.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Vaknin doesn’t have any scars on her body from bullets or other battle wounds and she’s not eager for Israel to go to war, but she always wanted to be a doctor.
By EYAL LEVY
The baby girls share one heart and one body.
They also seem to think Ms. Heigl is a French doctor.
By ARIANE MANDELL
“Maintenance therapy is probably overtreatment.”
By BRIAN BLUM
I have received many messages of gratitude from head and neck cancer patients, as well as head and neck cancer surgeons and speech and language pathologists from these countries.
By ITZHAK BROOK
For the past four years, on my own, I have tried to arrange eye care for the Ethiopian Jews in Gondar. Many people in the compound are blind from dense cataracts.
By MORRIS E. HARTSTEIN
Fear of making a decision is not exclusive to health, of course. It rears its indecisive head whenever any kind of really big choice is in play: choosing a partner, a school, a job.
Regrettably, we can only repair bodies.
By MARCO BALDAN
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