transplant

Israeli hospital sets record with dozen kidney, liver transplants in two weeks

A dozen kidney and liver transplants in less than two weeks earns Hadassah in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem a new Israeli record.

Promising future for brain injury treatment - study

“We’ve known for a long time that the communication between different brain cells can change very dramatically ... but we haven’t been able to see what happens in the whole brain until now."

State's response to Court on Homesh could topple government

Blue and White MK Michael Biton announced on Wednesday at a meeting of the Knesset Economy Committee he chairs that he would no longer vote with the coalition.

25/05/2022

Organ donation in Israel: Sharing the good - opinion

‘Everything in my life is overflowing with blessing – I feel a need to share it’

Reflections on the 2nd anniversary of my kidney transplant

Whenever someone asks me how I am, I think for a moment and answer: wonderful.

By ILAN CHAIM
31/03/2022

Are pig-human organ transplants allowed in Judaism?

While researchers still have a way to go, these promising developments raise the question of whether Jewish law supports using this technology.

By SHLOMO M. BRODY
17/02/2022

Bill aiming to make organ donation process easier passes first reading

About a million Israelis have signed Adi cards, and over half of all transplants were received by prioritized card owners.

Third COVID vaccine seems to be game changer for renal transplant recipients

A study conducted at the Sheba Medical Center using big data shows low immune response in such patients after two shots, but preliminary observations after the booster offer cause for optimism.

Five patients die after receiving infected organ transplants

Five organs that came from the same donor were infected with flesh-eating bacteria.

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