The Playback Theater Company, founded in 1975 by Jonathan Fox and Jo Salas, developed into non-scripted theater for working within troubled communities. Akin to therapy, this concept spread world-wide. Theater, dance, music and art are used as tools of healing. Here in Israel it is now reaching the “Golden Oldies” – Retirees at the Tel Hai Day Center, giving participants the forum to express themselves in a secure setting.More...
Victims of breast cancer who have benefitted from this newly established charity write of their gratitude. Shari Mendes, the founder, appeals for help in fundraising and administering this charity.More...
Eylon Nuphar relates the story of her diagnosis of breast cancer, which her mother, her grandmother and her sister all had. She speaks of how she made every day work for her throughout the diagnosis and the ensuing treatment, working and thriving throughout the experience.More...
Dramatic behavioral changes, confusion, strange remarks out of context and imagining things, could be signs of suffering from a brain tumor. Immediate action needs to be taken, as brain tumors can grow quickly. Honey Stollman gives us a compelling account of what happened to her husband.More...
For the past twenty years a gene mutation known as BRCA has been detectable by genetic testing. It affects both men and women, particularly Jewish adults, and has been linked to breast, ovarian and pancreatic cancers. After her mother and her sister died of breast cancer, and she herself discovered a tumor, Lisa Cohen set up an organization called BRACHA to help those who have this gene mutation and to educate the public.More...
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