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July 01, 1994 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-01

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est" in the medical profession.
The doctors include: Dr. Hen-
ry Rappaport, division of
pathology; Dr. Stephen For-
man, director, department of
hematology and bone marrow
transplantation; Dr. Lawrence
Weiss, director, surgical pathol-
ogy; and Dr. James Doroshow,
director, department of medical
oncology and therapeutic re-
search.

Sandy Baumann and Anna
Whitaker recently accepted the

1994 Older Learner Award in the
mental/physical health category.
Botsford General Hospital's El-
derMed Program bestows the
honor to individuals who have
created programs that have con-
tributed to adult education. The
award is cosponsored by the
Michigan Office of Services to the
Aging and the Michigan Depart-
ment of Education.

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Have You Heard?

by Felix Cruz

Hearing Aid Specialist

THE NOISE FROM WITHIN

While most of us hear ringing in our ears
(tinnitus) only occasionally, some 36 million
people in this country experience it as a
chronic condition. According to the Ameri-
can Tinnitus Association, ringing in the ears
is the most common noise heard by tinnitus
sufferers. Other sounds associated with tin-
nitus include hissing, humming, sizzling,
whistling, cricket sounds, and the roar of the
ocean. Not surprisingly, 54 percent of tinni-
tus-sufferers say it can sometimes make
them irritable. Sixty percent said that ring-

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ing in their ears disrupted sleep, and some
seven million people have tinnitus so severe
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Jane Blumberg

Jane Blumberg, chairperson of

the Visiting Nurse Association's
1994 inaugural golf outing,
Women Drivers ... YES!, has been
named Outstanding Volunteer of
the Year by the National Society
of Fund Raising Executives. Ms.
Blumberg served as a VNA
trustee for more than 15 years.
She was recognized for her
substantial contributions to
the VNA, a nonprofit organiza-
tion providing home-health care
to thousands of Michigan pa-
tients.

Dr. Howard Korman of South-

field, a resident urologist at Hen-
ry Ford Hospital, recently won
two awards. He received second
place in the "Basic Science Award
of the Annual Resident's Day,"
sponsored by the Michigan Uro-
logical Society. The American
College of Surgeons awarded him
with its Robert V. Dante Memo-
rial Cancer Research Award in
recognition of his excellence in
cancer research.

After three years of quarterly
course work at various sites
across the country, Dr. Mark
Diem received his master of pub-
lic health degree from Loma Lin-
da University in California. ❑ •

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