About Nabil Raphael

Dr Nabil Raphael is the President of the Coptic Medical Society.

Pope Shenouda Honours Prof. Sir Magdy Yacoub

The Coptic community honoured Professor Sir Magdy Yacoub in a joyful occasion attended by His Holiness Pope Shenouda at the Royal Society of Medicine on Saturday 26th January 2002. His Holiness travelled to the UK to take part in this celebration. He described Professor Sir Magdy as a genius who inherited such genius from his ancestors the Pharaohs. […]

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The first meeting of the Coptic Medical Society

The first meeting of the Society was held on Saturday, 30th June 2001 at St Mary and Archangel Michael Church, Golders Green, London. Father Mikhail Ibrahim prayed the Mass, light refreshments followed. Father Mikhail welcomed the launch of the Society explaining that His Holiness Pope Shenouda has given His blessing to the venture. A letter […]

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The Nominations: The People’s Award 2000

Some people achieve great things over a lifetime, others reach great heights in a short space of time. The People’s Award 2000 will honour the person you think deserves a special accolade. It might be someone whose achievement or contribution to society does not fall easily into any of the specific award categories. It might […]

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Dr Helena Sidarous (1904 – 1998)

The first Egyptian female Doctor. Born in Tanta in 1904..after her primary education she joined the “Siniyyah” boarding school in Cairo and afterwards the Teachers College..at the end of the second year she was sent in a mission to London in 1922 to specialise in Maths, she and Zainab Kamel being considered of the first […]

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Dr Ibrahim Mansour (1860-1930)

Ibrahim Mansour was born around 1860 AD in the city of Cairo from an honourable and distinguished family known as “Fanous the Great”. When he grew up he joined the “General Patriarchal School” in Azbakia where he was educated and graduated thoroughly perfected in sciences and knowledge. He had predisposition towards serving humanity and advancing […]

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