Sheba Medical Center in Israel is our hope for a treatment, a cure, a pathway out of the coronavirus pandemic. They are playing a vital role in getting us all over the finish line, to shed our fears, and to return to our normal lives.
The Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer, near Tel Aviv, said it signed an “emergency agreement” with the Maryland-based NIH to conduct applied scientific and clinical research for treatments in an effort to end the global coronavirus pandemic.
Please watch these very short, heartfelt videos from Jason Alexander and Gal Gadot, and donate now to Sheba’s Emergency COVID-10 Fund.
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