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September 15, 1978 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-15

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42 Friday, September 15, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Medical Dean Emphasizes Role of Hebrew Univrsity

The

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Dr. Shaul Feldman, dean
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Jerusalem, outlined for 50
Detroiters Monday evening
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school and at Hebrew Uni-
versity.
a
Dr.
Feldman,
neurologist, said that last
year Hebrew University's
budget was 65 percent gov-
ernment subsidy and 10
percent tuition. The re-
maining 25 percent was
covered by Friends of He-
brew University through-
out the world.
This year, the govern-
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reduced even more.

Dr. Feldman said he
was appealing for gen-
eral funds, but the uni-
versity was also in-
terested in working with
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malaria and glaucoma from
Palestine.
Dr. Feldman proudly
stated that three of the
deans of Israel's four medi-
cal schools are graduates of
Hebrew University's medi-
cal school, as are the major-
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