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March 11, 1983 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 11, 1983

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DR. PHILIP CASCADE
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ANNOUNCING



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Dr. Philip N. Cascade was
recently named chairman of
radiology at Sinai Hospital
of Detroit, and Dr. Harold
Perry was named chairman
of radiation therapy.
Dr. Cascade previously
had been associate chair-
man of radiology and chief
of the diagnostic radiology
section.
He is a clinical assistant
professor of radiology at
Wayne State University
School of Medicine.

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Dr. Cascade is a fellow
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Physicians and the
American College of
Cardiology and a
member of numerous
other medical societies.
He also acts as a coun-
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Michigan for the
Radiological Society of
North America.

Temple Beth El Nursery
will have an open house for
parents of current and pro-
spective students 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the nursery
rooms.
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He was graduated from
Wayne State University
School of Medicine in 1965
and completed his residency
at Henry Ford Hospital in
1969.
Dr. Cascade succeeds Dr.
Maurice Tatelman, under
whose 14-year leadership
the department's medical
staff tripled in size. Dr.
Tatelman will remain on
Sinai's staff full time as one
of three neuroradiologists.
Dr. Perry will be the first
chairman of the new de-
partment of radiation
therapy. He previously had
been chief of therapeutic
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facilities.
For information about the
open hose for the TeMple
Beth El Nursery School, call
Donna Fishman, chairman,
open house, 540-4038; or
Joy Kaplan, director, 851-
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He is clinical associate
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Michigan Radiological
Society. He is also a member
of the Michigan Cancer
Foundation (MCF) board of
directors and board of trus-
tees and is a co-director of
the MCF Metropolitan De-
troit Cancer Control Pro-
gram Radiation Therapy
Network.
.Dr. Perry was graduated
from Howard University
College of Medicine, Wash-
ington, D.C., in 1948 and
completed a radiology resi-
dency at Freedmens Hospi-
tal, Washington, D.C., in
1952. He also completed a
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radiation therapy at Memo-
rial Hospital for Cancer and
Allied Diseases, New York
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