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Sheba in 60 Seconds

Coronavirus patients receiving cannabis treatments, ensuring those with cancer have their medications prepared in a safe manner and doctors on the pandemic’s front lines being given special ways to rest and relax. All that and more is happening at Sheba

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How Recovered COVID-19 Patients are Volunteering in Israeli Hospitals

Xinhua News recently reported on special volunteers helping efforts in Israel’s hospitals, including Sheba’s. Liraz Maatuf, a volunteer at Sheba, said that in each shift, she has different missions such as finding personal stuff that patients lost and passing messages between family and patients READ FULL ARTICLE HERE >>

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CDC Publishes New Warnings for Healthcare Workers from Sheba Study

The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Emerging Infectious Disease Journal published the results of Sheba’s recent study of the impacts of vaccination on its healthcare workers in which 22 of 4,081 vaccinated health care workers tested positive for COVID-19 after getting their first dose. One of the study’s authors, Dr. Eyal Leshem said […]

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Why Remote Technology and Telemedicine for Cardiac Care is Here to Stay

Prof. Robert Klempfner, Director of the Cardiovascular Prevention and the Cardiac Rehabilitation Institutes at Sheba, recently spoke with Cardiac Rhythm News on how remote care technology has changed the delivery of cardiac healthcare. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE >>

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Israel Sees 60% Drop in Hospitalizations for Age 60

Galia Rahav, M.D., Ph.D., Head of Infectious Diseases Sheba, discusses new research by Maccabi Health Services, which yielded valuable insights into hospitalizations among older adults who were vaccinated. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE >>

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Arc Chicago, the ‘New Transformational Epicenter’ of Healthcare

The ARC Innovation Center at Sheba (Accelerate, Redesign, Collaborate) is creating a new paradigm, which doesn’t exist anywhere else in the world. Its futuristic vision is unprecedented, not just in Israel, but worldwide. Sheba’s innovation unit, ARC, signed an official deal with Kaleidoscope Health Ventures and Farpoint Development to develop, execute, and lead the Chicago […]

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Sheba Medical Center in CNN Health

Here’s why some people test positive after getting a Covid-19 vaccine “It is possible a year from now, that I’ll get a flu shot in one arm and a Covid vaccine update booster in the other,” Schaffner said. “We’ll have to adapt ourselves to what it is that this virus is doing. And we have […]

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Sheba Medical Center Featured in Business Insider

Nearly one-third of Israelis have been vaccinated, and very few of them have gotten sick — a sign of light at the end of the tunnel Israel has immunized more people per capita than any other country. As of Thursday, nearly a third of Israel’s population — 2.8 million out of 9 million residents — […]

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Sheba Makes an Appearance at The JP Morgan Healthcare Conference

Sheba’s Dr. Eyal Zimlichman, was a keynote speaker at the 39th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference last week. Dr. Zimlichman focused on Israel’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and Sheba’s rapid vaccination efforts READ FULL ARTICLE HERE >>

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Sheba Launches New Pilot Program to Help Those with Severe Allergies get Safely Vaccinated

200 Israelis with severe allergies were vaccinated for the first time at Sheba as part of a critical pilot program. Individuals with severe allergies are otherwise currently turned away from health clinics due to concerns of severe reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine. If successful, the hospital will share its findings with other medical centers and […]

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