Rabin Medical is one of the leading medical centers in Israel. The Hospital's vision is to continue to lead and advance in medicine, including medical innovation, ongoing support for the patient and family and to pioneer groundbreaking research.
Tens of thousands of patients enter the doors of Rabin Medical Center's Davidoff Center - International Center for Cancer Patients and together with faith, humane and heartfelt care, and innovative treatment, emerge with a new and fulfilling quality of life.
In the upcoming Tel Aviv Marathon, to be held on Friday, March 15th, 2013, patients and staff at the Davidoff Center and Rabin Medical Center will run together. The team will be led by Dr, Eyran Halpern, CEO of Rabin Medical Center and Dr. Aaron Allen, head of New Technologies in the Radiotherapy Unit at Davidoff, in coordination with Friends of Rabin Medical Center. Proceeds from the marathon will raise funds for the Davidoff Center, for the ongoing care of all cancer patients and vital research projects.
We hope you will join us and be part of this important endeavor by participating or contributing to the "Run for Life" team while encouraging the runners, many of whom will be participating in this marathon for the first time since they were treated for cancer.
Your support will bring us one step forward to achieving our goals to open new frontiers through cancer research.
Together we can save lives.
For more information, please visit call our New York City office (212) 279-2522.
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