Wayne State University School of Medicine Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg was named one of 24 “CNN Heroes” by the cable television network Sept. 22
56-year-old Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg from Southfield Michigan appears in is this week’s ‘Heroes Among Us’ page on People Magazine, due to his work with children who fight cancer in his nonprofit organization ‘Kids Kicking Cancer.’
Over the dozen years he spent working at a camp for children who were struggling with cancer, Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg often witnessed the excruciating pain and discomfort many of them were forced to endure while undergoing medical procedures.
A Windsor program that teaches children to fight back against cancer and other painful illness through martial arts wants help in making their founder the CNN Hero of the year. “The key of Kids Kicking Cancer is that rather than
Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg has found a unique way to help sick kids regain power and fight back against their illnesses.
Cancer is currently the number two leading cause of death in the United States. With those statistics, it is very disheartening whenever a child is diagnosed with it. Because children’s cancer is a tragic condition that should never happen to
SOUTHFIELD — Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg couldn’t listen to the screams anymore. As the 12-year director of Camp Simcha, a camp for children with cancer and blood disorders in the New York Catskill Mountains, Goldberg walked in on a child being