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December 6th, 2005

Largest Israeli hospital on the cutting edge

Abstract:
Dr. Ziv Rosenbaum came right to the point. “Emerging technology is the future of medicine,” he told the Boca Raton News. Rosenbaum, deputy director of Israel’s largest medical facility, the Rabin Medical Center, near Tel Aviv, was in Boca Raton Saturday and Sunday for several speaking engagements. Rosenbaum told his audiences the same thing, and broke down the technology to three areas in which the Rabin Medical Center is involved: imaging, molecular medicine and nanotechnology.

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