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April 15, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-15

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36 Friday, April 15, 1983
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Dr. Weiss was guest of
honor at a reception Wed-
nesday by the Michigan
Chapter of the American
Friends of Hebrew Univer-
sity, hosted by Dr. and Mrs.
Abraham Becker. Dr. Weiss
is director of Hebrew Uni-
versity's Lautenberg Cen-
ter for General and Tumor
Immunology.
He told The Jewish
News that Israel "is ex-
tremely well repre-
sented" in the areas of
basic biology, basic im-
munology and basic
cancer research. "Some
14-15 percent of all re-
search articles published
in these fields are by Is-
raelis," the Vienna-born
Dr. Weiss stated.
He said the prevelance of
Jews in these fields "is an
outgrowth of the fundamen-
tal value commitments of
the Jewish people. If you
look at the rosters of profes-
sors at universities by disci-
pline you will find many
more Jewish names in those
areas which change the
human condition.
"Jews try to improve the
universe about them. They
are prominent in certain
fields while only an average
number of Jews appear in
other areas."
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areas such as the social sciL
ences, psychology and
sociology where Jews have
made leading contributions.
"Much of biological science,
and insight into the soul,
are 'Jewish' developments,"
he said. "This is oversimpli-
fying, of course."
He refused to predict
when a major break-
through in cancer pre-
vention and cure would
ake place. "I'll call you
t wo weeks after it hap-
pens," he joked. He said
t hat 10-15 years ago there
was a great deal of op-
timism about a cure for
ancer through im-
munologic measures. He
ompared the optimism
t o Icarus and Dedalus in
t he Greek legend.
"They flew too close to the
S un, the wax melted on
t heir wings and they
c rashed. Some people
c oncluded that flight was
mpossible. Others went
b ack to the drawing board
a nd developed jet lag."
Among the foundations
c ited at the Michigan,
C ancer Foundation dinner
ere the Prentis Family
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th e MCF headquarters and
re search facility on Warren,
e ast of Woodward; the Jason
. Honigman and Edward
. Levy families, which con-
tr ibuted the Edward C. and
P auline B. Levy Research
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tr ibuted the Suzanne
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aboratory; and A. Alfred
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