Moshe Feiglin applauded the Controller General on Wednesday for taking action against the Sarel Medical Company. “During my Knesset term”, said Feiglin, “my Parliamentary Assistant Michael Fuah and I met with the Controller General and showed her the hard facts […]Read More
In a television interview on Friday, Moshe Feiglin said that there are apparently two things preventing Israel from legalizing medical cannabis. One is a liberty issue: It is easier for the government to control the populace when so many normative citizens […]Read More
MK Moshe Feiglin visited the Ichud Hatzalah Emergency Organization Headquarters on Tuesday. “It was an amazing tour,” Feiglin wrote at the end of his visit. “I discovered an organization that combines three characteristics that I admire: Jewish giving, sophistication and […]Read More
The Health Ministry has announced that soon, it will be enough for a family doctor to authorize continued use of medical cannabis. The new decision will save medical cannabis users the long wait for an appointment for the few doctors […]Read More
In a letter to the Director of Jerusalem’s Shaarei Tzedek Hospital, the Health Minister and the Prime Minister, MK Moshe Feiglin expressed his shock upon learning that an Arab doctor in the hospital, who was put on leave after he […]Read More
In a Channel 2 News investigation on Sunday evening, Moshe Feiglin revealed that as part of his Knesset efforts to legislate medical marijuana for more suffering patients in Israel, he discovered that a private company called Sarel has manipulated the […]Read More
Report: Feiglin threatened by former MK over medical cannabis
According to Channel 2 news, MK Feiglin squabbled with former Likud MK Yehiel Hazan over the distribution of medical marijuana by Sarel, a company whose CEO is a friend of Hazan’s • […]Read More
Once again, Health Minister Yael German and the Ministers Legislative Committee have abandoned the ill and IDF wounded who urgently need medical marijuana. The bill that I submitted to the Knesset, which would have immediately relieved these sufferers, was postponed […]Read More
Jerusalem Post: Feiglin: Lack of Parkinson’s disease specialists means many patients do not get treatment on time
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
There are 334 Israelis with Parkinson’s per 100,000 residents, a very high rate compared with other developed countries.
There is a severe shortage of physicians who specialize in treating Parkinson’s disease – only one per 2,272 patients, according to […]
The Knesset Finance Committee deliberated Monday on legislation that would prohibit patients who use medical cannabis from driving. As opposed to alcohol, remnants of cannabis remain in the body for weeks after its influence has dissipated.
“The Health Ministry is waging […]