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April 17, 1981 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 Friday, April 17, 1981

Cohan Assesses Cancer Unit

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the Michigan Cancer Foun-
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where else," said Detroit
Edison Senior Vice
President and General

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Cohan was re-elected
chairman of the Michigan
Cancer Foundation board of
directors at its March meet-
ing.
"The foundation's desig-
nation, in cooperation with
Wayne State University's
School of Medicine, as a
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It enhances our basic goal of
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work being carried out
here in their own state.
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misunderstood disease. The
foundation's internation-
ally recognized breast
cancer prognostic study, in
which many members of
Detroit's medical commu-
nity sharing its experiences
to understand what needs to
be done and doing . it,"
Cohan continued.
Cohan also emphasized
that the foundation's cancer
registry, where hundreds of
details about each incidence
of cancer is reported every
year, has the greatest
potential for exerting a pos-
itive impact upon what we
know about cancer and how
we might treat and care for
cancer patients: "The regis-
try is finding out what eco-
nomic and geographic
groups are affected by
specific cancer and at what
ages."
A member of many
charitable boards himself,
Cohan expressed concern
over the increasing de-
mands from more causes for
more contributions of both
time and financial assis-
tance, "Such needs are dif-
ficult to meet under any cir-
cumstance; but particularly
so when both general and
state economies are in bad
shape," he said.
Among his community
activities, Cohan serves on
committees of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil.

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