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Since war broke out in Syria in March 2011, Israel has treated dozens of people who requested aid. Many have been treated at a field hospital set up along by border by the Israeli army, while more serious cases have been transferred to full medical facilities such as Ziv, Rambam, and Naharia hospitals.
Most of the victims have been adults, but of late a growing number of Syrian children have been brought over for treatment. The Institute for Brain & Rehabilitation Sciences, a registered Israeli not-for-profit research institute (RA-580555134) and its USA affiliate, the National Institute for Brain and Rehabilitation Sciences (a 501-(c)3 not-for-profit) partnered with leading physicians and surgeons to supply medical treatment and rehabilitation services to injured Syrian civilians left by families and others on the Syrian-Israel border.
These people have no refugee status and require immediate treatment and the development of new and fast methods of rehabilitation.
The money raised will be used to treat and quicky rehabilitate these unfortunates using new technologies developed at the Institute for Brain & Rehabilitation Sciences in Israel.
With the the political and violence of the area affecting innocents, we have an opportunity to impact, in tangible ways, people who did not ask for their lives to be destroyed.
Give a helping hand to those without legs.
The National Institute for Brain and Rehabilitation Sciences is proud to co-sponsor the Oxford University conference on MOVEMEMENT: Brain, Body, Cognition along with the Neuromodultartion Laboratory of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Harvard Unviersity School of Medicine, The MIND Institute at M.I.T, IAFNR, The National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, Israel, The School of Medicine of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Wingate Institute for Exercise and Sports Sciences, the Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Havana, the University of the Medical Sciences Facultad ‘Manuel Fajardo’ Havana, the School of Public Health of the University of Havana, and Bielefeld University in Germany.
For the submission of abstracts, further information contact the conference organizers or Dr. Gerry Leisman at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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