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2009-09-15 21:07:00

NEW YORK, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following was released today by True Torah Jews: Jewish groups in the United States who are concerned about the ongoing accusations of an Israeli hospital, Hadassah, against a religious Jewish woman plan to protest outside the hospital's Manhattan office at 50 W. 58th St. this Wednesday, September 16 at 3:30 PM. The woman's child, now three and a half years of age, was hospitalized at Hadassah on and off for the last two years, as doctors...

2006-02-11 09:36:37

By Jeffrey Heller JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, comatose since a massive stroke last month, underwent emergency surgery on Saturday and a hospital source said afterwards that he was out of immediate danger. Hadassah hospital planned to issue a statement on Sharon's condition at 5 p.m. (1500 GMT). He was rushed to the operating theater after a CT scan revealed what a hospital spokesman called "serious damage" to his digestive system. "Prime Minister Ariel...

2006-01-14 15:00:52

By Adam Entous JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Medical tests showed activity in both sides of Ariel Sharon's brain, doctors said on Saturday, but they reported no signs the Israeli prime minister was emerging from a coma 10 days after suffering a massive stroke. Hadassah hospital said in its first update on Sharon's condition in more than 24 hours that tests showed "activity in both brain hemispheres in keeping with the prime minister's state of consciousness." Earlier this week, Sharon, 77,...

2006-01-14 13:10:12

By Adam Entous JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Doctors said on Saturday tests showed activity in both sides of Ariel Sharon's brain, but they reported no signs the Israeli prime minister was emerging from a medically induced coma 10 days after suffering a massive stroke. Hadassah hospital said the tests showed "activity in both brain hemispheres in keeping with the prime minister's state of consciousness." Earlier this week, Sharon responded to pain stimuli on both sides of his body, but he...

2006-01-08 02:51:35

By Corinne Heller JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Doctors treating Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon decided on Sunday to carry out another brain scan before determining when to begin rousing him from a medically induced coma and assess damage caused by a stroke. Surgeons at Jerusalem's Hadassah hospital, where the 77-year-old has been under sedation and on a respirator since Wednesday's stroke, said there is a good chance he will survive though it is unclear how much his faculties have been...


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