From treating Kings and Shahs to revolutionizing Israeli medicine - the enigmatic life of Professor Moshe Many
Prof. Moshe Many flourished in private medicine but now believes it should be abolished. Even stranger, he served as Israel's go-between to key Middle Eastern figures, including Saudi King Fahd. Looking back at a remarkable life.
In the early 1960s, a secret medical file on a senior figure in the shah of Iran’s regime ended up in the urology department at Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer. The information came from Jackob Nimrodi, then the Israel Defense Forces’ attache at the Israeli embassy in Tehran. The patient was the shah’s cousin, a colonel in the Persian army, who was suffering from kidney failure following a serious car...
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