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November 15, 1974 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-15

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THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

Frit*, Nov. 15, 1974-41

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Sinai, Henry Ford Hospitals Set
Tay-Sachs Screening Nov. 24

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Surgeon to Sponsor
Bonds Reception

Dr. Stuart W. Hamburger,
a leading surgeon at Sinai
Hospital, will hold a by-
invitation-only stag reception
for physicians on behalf of
Israel Bonds 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at his home. -
Dr. Hamburger is the im-
mediate past chief of surgery
at Sinai, and will be pre-
sented with a medallion Nov.
18 from the hospital for vol-
untary service.
Featured at the reception
will be 'guest speaker Prof.
fierald Meister, an interna-
tional authority on the Mid-
dle East,

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Tay-Sachs volunteers are shown trailing three-year-
e' • old Eric Zukin as they visited several shopping centers
this week to distribute posters announcing the next Tay=

• • Sachs

screening program to be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Nov. 24 at United Hebrew Schools.

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A
second
Tay-Sachs
screen-
United
• • ing program to uncover hid- building. Hebrew Schools main
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• den carriers of the dread An earlier screening this
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genetic disease which afflicts year, first in the metropolitan

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the offspring of Jews of East- Detroit area, determined

(1 block North of Ford Rd.)
ern and Central European more than 60 carriers from

Dearborn — LU 4-5900


ABE CHEROW, President


On Doily 8 aim. to 5 p.m.
descent will be held from 10 among 1,644 young men aid
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a,.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 24 at women screened. Another 85
persons fell into an "inter-
mediate" zone and will re-
quire further testing.
The figures were released
by Dr. Lester Weiss, scien-
tific director of the Tay-Sachs
Screening Program of Metro-
politan Detroit.
He stated that two married-
couples were'dound to be in
the intermediate zone and
You read about JHIRMACK Products in the
will require 'further testing,
and a pregnant woman
Detroit Free Press .. . come see the stylists
screened in the first program
that introduced JHIRMACK to Michigan at
was' found to be carrying a
Tay-Sachs baby.
"Because of the positive
results of the screening, she
and her husband determined
to terminate the pregnancy,"
Dr. Weiss said.
Dr. Hyman S. Mellen of
13725 W. 9 Mile Rd.
398-2727
Sinai Hospital, co-chairman of
the community coordinating
committee, described Tay-
Sachs as, " . . . a disease
found almost exclusively
among the offspring of per-
sons of Eastern and Central
European Jewish heritage. It
is a disease from which there
can be no recovery.
"Nothing now known to
medical science can halt its
irrevocable course: Tay-Sachs
babies actually have the dis-
ease from the moment of con-
Ception. For the • first • six
months following birth they
seem to develop normally.
Then they are subject to lost
of motor controls and bodily
functions, suffer blindness
and coma . to die by their
fifth or sixth year," Dr. Mel-
len 'said.
Volunteer_ personnel from
, with Every $10 Purchase
Sinai and Ford hospitals will
administer the simple blood
Sizes For
tests during the screening.
JUNIORS • MISSES • HALF SIZES
The screening program is a
3-13.
6 to 20
141/2 -24'1
joint undertaking of Sinai
Hospital of Detroit and the
genetic counseling clinic of
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