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March 12, 1982 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, March 12, 1982

Dr. Fill Reports on Medical
to Meet at JC Center
Survivors' Children
A reception will be held the main Center complex.
CHAIM — Child ren of
Advances at Israel's Bar-Ilan
Holocaust Survivors Asso- 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the

President of the inter-
ciation in Michigan — will main Jewish Center for
national network is
host a meeting of the Inter- out-of-town delegates to the Menahem Rosensaft of
national Network of Chil- meeting. All children of New York.
dren of Jewish Holocaust survivors and their friends
For information, call Be-
Survivors Saturday and are invited.
The
meeting
will
be
held
rnie
Kent, 855-4105; or
Sunday at the main Jewish
10 a.m.: 4 p.m. Sunday at Charles Silow, 962-9694.
Community Center.
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"The last several years
have seen tremendous
growth in the medical-
related research activities
of Bar - Ilan University's
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greatly increase the size
and quality of its staff, as
well as the scope of its re-
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reported recently by Dr.
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research unit, where
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focusing on the
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the heart and brain dur-
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unit, attempting to define
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dystrophy and related
conditions; the nervous
system unit, looking at
the effects of thyroid im-
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normal and abnormal
sperm cells; and the
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markedly in the last two
years. For information con-
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research, call the univer-
sity's Oak Park office, 398-
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Scoliosis Group
Meeting Planned

The Scoliosis Association
of Michigan will meet 7:30
p.m. Thursday in the ad-
ministrative services build-
ing at William Beaumont
Hospital.
Dr. Michael S. Frank will
speak on "Skin Problems
Associated -With Scoliosis."
For information, call
Rosemary Dirksen, secre-
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