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May 2023 Newsletter

Welcome to Hadassah Australia's May newsletter, where we share our news, achievements, and views with you.

Artificial Intelligence, genuine humanity

Earlier this month, Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, testified before members of a US Senate subcommittee and agreed with them on the need to regulate the increasingly powerful artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

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The Gandel Rehabilitation Center - setting a new standard for healing and innovation

“Rehabilitation goes beyond medicine. It is an emotional journey shared by our patients and our staff” said Prof Isabella Schwartz, head of Rehabilitation at Hadassah Mount Scopus. 

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Victorian Governor Linda Dessau AC CVO meets Hadassah

Her Excellency, the Honorable Linda Dessau AC CVO, Governor of Victoria, Australia, recently visited Israel and hosted a Business Dinner in Jaffa, that included Prof Yoram Weiss Hadassah Medical Organization’s Director General, and other esteemed guests.

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World first at Hadassah: AI for personalised cancer treatments

Dr. Shai Rosenberg has developed an AI-based algorithm that can identify all possible harmful point mutations of the TP53 gene, which is associated with half of all cancerous tumours, with an unprecedented 96.5% level of accuracy.

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Dr Mark Suss: Reflections on my visit to Hadassah

I’ve always had an interest in the activities of Hadassah Australia. I was excited to be asked to join the Hadassah-Achotenu Ethiopian-Israeli University Scholarships in Health Committee for a number of reasons.

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Celebrating International Nursing Day

International Nursing Day, marked earlier this month, is an opportunity to recognise the critical role nurses play in healthcare systems worldwide. Their tireless efforts, skills, and compassion make a significant difference in all our lives.

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Mazel Tov Prof Sharon Lewin: BioMelbourne Network’s 2023 Distinguished Leadership Awardee

We warmly congratulate Prof Sharon Lewin AO, on receiving the 2023 BioMelbourne Network Distinguished Leadership Award.

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A glimpse of hope

Abraham Noah Paley, who was seriously injured in the ramming terror attack that took place in the Ramot neighbourhood of Jerusalem three months ago, was finally released home from Hadassah Mt Scopus Hospital last week.

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Bring hope and create an impact through your Simcha

Whether you’re marking a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Wedding, Birthday, Anniversary or any other joyous occasion by asking for donations in lieu of gifts, or creating your own fundraising challenge, we can make fundraising for Hadassah Australia simple and fun. You can have a real impact!

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24 May 2023
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