One of the first Jewish women to graduate Harvard Medical School, Dr. Nanette Wenger worked tirelessly to end segregation in Atlanta hospitals.
Being married to a doctor can mean a lonely existence. Especially in the Jewish community.
Read why this Jewish physician and others were arrested demonstrating support for patients in need
(JTA) — We already knew that Harold Bornstein, M.D., personal physician to President-elect Donald Trump, was a bit unconventional. To recap: His public letter about Trump’s health, released a year ago, included a typo and was swimming with hyperbole, assuring readers that Trump “will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.” We also learned…
Breaking news: There exists a man on this planet who speaks in more convoluted prose than Donald Trump. His name is Harold N. Bornstein, MD.
A Jewish physician from Ukraine was severely beaten in what he said was an assault with anti-Semitic overtones.
A group of doctors and patients, some terminally ill, on Wednesday asked a New York court to rule that doctor-assisted suicide is not against state law.
The Belgian physician who refused to treat a Jewish woman and suggested she go to Gaza apologized for doing “something stupid” but denied knowing that the woman was a Jew.
A Belgian physician who refused to treat a Jewish woman with a fractured rib suggested she visit Gaza to get rid of the pain.
Johns Hopkins Hospital has agreed to pay $190 million to thousands of women who were secretly filmed by a doctor during gynecological exams.