A former Czech soccer star, Martin Uher risked his life to hide a Jewish family, as well as other Jews, during the Holocaust, eventually marrying a woman whose life he saved.
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Israeli companies are creating healthcare technology to help patients suffering from trouble on the left side of the heart.
As we celebrate Abraham Lincoln's emancipation of the slaves, we also see how important the Bible was to him.
An 81-year-old man who was a child refugee during WWII will bicycle 600 miles to pay tribute to the Kindertransport program that saved thousands of Jewish children.
The largest hospital in northern Israel - the Fellowship-supported Rambam Medical Center - faces the threat of missile attacks and is preparing for emergency underground operations.