Dr. Daniel Eisenberg is affiliated with the Department of Radiology at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA and is an Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Imaging at Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine.
Dr. Eisenberg spent two years studying at the Heiden Torah Institute in Jerusalem, where he concentrated on Talmud and Jewish law. He has taught a weekly Jewish medical ethics class for over 15 years. He has served as the medical ethics scholar-in-residence for the New England Institute for Jewish Studies in Jerusalem since 1999. Dr. Eisenberg wrote the medical ethics column for the quarterly publication, Maimonides: Health in the Jewish World, from 1996 to 2000. Dr. Eisenberg continues to lecture around North America and now writes medical ethics articles for Jlaw.com and Aish.com.
The rapid advances in medical science present exciting but unproven treatments. The desire to heal our loved ones must be balanced with the potential danger of these therapies. How do we make this choice? When is it worth the risk and when not?.
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