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April 13, 1984 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Baby approved
Hi for transplant

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WINDOW
TINTING
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New York (JTA) —
Chaya Cohen, the 19-
month-old Israeli baby in
the United States for a liver
transplant, has been ap-
proved for the operation by
the medical staff of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota Hospi-
tal in Minneapolis, accord-
ing to Rabbi Chaim
Zelikovitz of Long Beach,
Long Island, who has been
instrumental in setting up
the Baby Chaya Fund to de-
fray the cost of the opera-
tion, hospitalization and re-
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Bonn (JTA) — The
Church in Germany failed
to,discharge its duties with
respect to the fate of the
Jews in the Third Reich 50
years ago, Kurt Scharf, the
former President Bishop of
Berlin has charged.

Scharf acknowledged
that there were many cases
where church officials
helped Jews find refuge and
ultimately saved lives. But
there was no excuse for the
failure of the church as
such, he said. According to
the former bishop, there
was still a chance in 1933 to
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Israel Cohen is a teller
with Israel Discount Bank,
which provides a con-
tingency fund for emergen-
cies. Zelikovitz reported
that the bank's fund had
provided the family with
$15,000, and that the bank's
employees throughout Is-
rael donated an additiOnal
$10,000. In addition, Is-
rael's father works for the
city of Natanya, whose
municipal employees also
contributed an undisclosed
sum.

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A HAPPY PASSOVER

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Zelikovitz, who spoke
with the baby's father in
Minnesota, said that the
parents, Israel and Nurit • • • • • • • • • • • 411 • • • • • • • • • • • •
Cohen of Natanya, have
been provided with a deeper
by the hospital to Notify
them when a donor liver be-
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comes available. The opera- •
tion must be performed
within 24 hours of the de-
mise of the donor.

According to Zelikovitz,
the operation was approved
after almost a week of test-
ing by doctors, who indi-
cated that the baby's cancer
has not spread beyond the
liver, a crucial factor in per-
forming a transplant.
Chaya was diagnosed as
having liver cancer last
September by Hadassah
Hospital in Jerusalem.

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