Roncho the clown joined Ezer Mizion in making this the happiest birthday ever. Each trick was accompanied by an inner prayer that this child would live to celebrate many more birthdays.
They Told Me: ‘You’ll Never Have More Children’
When Efrat was diagnosed with cancer, the doctors told her she would never have more children * Soon, she will be celebrating her son’s first birthday
One doctor told her she’d never have a baby. Another offered guidance in adoption. They all agreed that Efrat Keren’s chances of bearing more children of her own were next to nil. Continue reading They Told Me I’d Never Have Another Baby
Sunny spring weather greeted the group, as they spent time in the bosom of blossoming, budding nature. The sights, scenery, and perfect weather combined to give the participants an unforgettable experience.
Sarit wrote to our Facebook page: Continue reading Step on the Gas!
Yael’s Birthday Wish
It wasn’t a new game or a trip to the zoo. Yael’s birthday wish was much simpler than that but oh so hard to achieve. Yael just wanted to be normal like every other seven-year-old. Continue reading Next Year: A Pony Tail
Meet Nana (L) and Yafit (R), new members of Ezer Mizion’s Rinat Bakshi Wildlife Pavilion .
The dogs are part of the innovative dog therapy program for young cancer patients. They have truly become ‘best friends’ to the children living inside a nightmare of pain and terror. A research project on resident dog therapy is currently under way, funded by the Jetti, Aaron and Simon Blum Foundation of Switzerland.
More than 150 women with cancer,
|women whose husbands have cancer, and mothers of children with cancer got a brief hiatus from their grueling life routine, as they enjoyed a luxurious fun day at the Sheraton City Tower Hotel in Tel Aviv. Continue reading A Day of Pampering|
Sometimes it’s the inability of a child to emotionally cope with the nightmare of cancer. Sometimes it’s an elderly patient in need of dialysis who has no means of ‘getting there’. Or it may be a new mother who is not able to handle her large family due to post-partum depression or perhaps a six year old child whose development is hampered by his inability to speak. Continue reading Alon Meets Uri Zohar