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October 25, 1985 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-25

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THE DETROIT 'JEWISH .NEWS

FREEDMAN
Orchestra

'Fashion Jewelry & Accessories
'Jewelry Repairs and Custom
Design Service available

urses, a social worker and a
lay therapist. The reason why
haare Zedek set up_ a special
nit for children rather than
lace them with adults is that
ildren on dialysis have special
roblems,, particularly in the
eas of growth and nutrition.
eir trauma is lessened being
'th other children so that they
now they are not alone or some
ind of medical freak. Finally,
e' dialysis for children is usu-
lly a temporary period until a
uitable transplant can be
und.
Dialysis involves the child
ing in bed for four-to-six hours
hile his blood is gradually
umped into a machine, cleaned
f impurities- and returned.
ithout dialysis a child would
ie within a matter of days.
haare Zedek gives children
ore than a thousand such
eatments a year.
The Detroit Friends of Shaare
edek Hospital have been in-
olved in the dialysis program
r over 15 years. In 1970 they
urchased the first kidney
achines ,and in 1978 endowed
e eight-bed dialysis unit in
e New Shaare Zedek Medical
enter. Since 1952 they have
ponsored the Pediatric Dialysis
enter.
The Detroit Friends are now
onducting their annual cam-
aign to fund this department.
or information, call Alex
oberg, 968-0684.

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WISH TO EXPRESS
THEIR.GRATEFUL APPRECIATION
TO
THEIR DEAR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
' FOR . THEIR
'KINDNESS AND THOUGHTFULNESS
DURING GOLDIE'S RECENT ILLNESS.

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Detroit's Mr. and Mrs. Group,
ity of Hope, received the Mary
kin Award of the City of Hope
t its recent national, convention
Duarte, Calif. Oscar Korob-
in of Oak Park accepted the
and for the group.
Attending the convention with
orobkin were his wife, Lillian,
d Mr. and Mrs. Marty. Simon
Southfield, Mr. and Mrs:
orey SaCks of Oak Park; Mr.
d Mrs. Bernie _Rappaport of
ak. Park and Mrs: Ethel
lackman, also of Oak Park.
The group meets at 8 pm:.the
st Sunday of the month at the
olony Park Apts. club, houie. .
To join or for inforniationi . call
uddy Nathanson, president,
9-0165.

harmacy Group
as Dinnor-Daincii

Aesculapian Pharthicantical
ssobiation and its Laclies'Aux-
ary will hold their 59th an
al dinner-danCe , , `4:740.
ov. at
Comprised of Jesiish'pharinti-
sts,the organization Alaihtilipi
prescription fund
rsons unable to paii
pay' - for`
for their
escriptions. The association
so , .!maintains the pharrilaq
boratory at thi:.41ebrew'
rsity in Israel; And,prOides
holarships for atudenti. at
ayne State UniireriiitY:
There is a charge; ";For
tions, call Sant
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34; Betty.Kaibil, 255-1254; or
chael Wainer, 5574625.

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• Friday, .October 25, 1985 85

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YOUR CARING AND PRAYERS
HELPED TO SPEED HER RECOVERY.

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