Prog. Gabriel Izbicki Interviewed

While for many years the number of smokers in Israel decreased, this past year, there was a significant increase. Experts estimate that smoking is responsible for 8,000 deaths in Israel each year, Prof. Gabriel Izbicki, Director of Shaare Zedek Medical Center’s Pulmonary Institute was once again interviewed on Professor Rafi Karaso’s television show “Healthy Life.” He discusses the possible ramifications of smoking, the different components of smoking that make it so dangerous, different pulmonary diseases as well as the advanced treatment options available for people suffering from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

Please listen to this interesting interview (in Hebrew) for more details.

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