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June 16, 1995 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-16

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Do you have any of the following?

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•Four hospitals expert in
Introducing the
launch of Mission diverse specialties including
' Health. The part-
nership of four outstanding area obstetrics, cardiology, oncology,
hospitals, their medical staffs and affil- otology/neurotology and cranio-
iated outpatient care facilities com- facial reconstructive surgery.
mitted to a single mission: The health
•Four organizations commit-
of you, your family and the community.
ted to the values of the

MISSION HEALTH:

remarkable when partnered

for all individuals.

Introducing Mission Health.

Four hospitals. One giant leap for

together.

•Four hospitals with more

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own right but even more

1. Fingers or toes which often go cold?
2. Arms or legs which often "go to sleep"?
3. Numbness or heaviness in arms or legs?
4. Cramping in your hand when writing a letter?
5. A sharp, diagonal crease in your earlobe?
6. Lips or fingers which often have a tingling sensation?
7. Aches or pains in the legs when taking a short walk?
8. A memory which is not as good as it once was?
9. Ankles which swell late in the day?
10. Breathless on slight exertion or when lying down?
11.A whitish ring under the outer part of the cornea in the eye?

health care.

than 1,800 doctors.

NORTHWEST PODIATRY, P.C.

Dr. Lee Hoffman & Dr. Alan Schram

Medical & Surgical Specialists of the Foot & Ankle

are pleased to announce the
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•Four organizations that

span a wide geographic range-

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(810) 626-7180

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Hospital Affiliations: Sinai, Kern, Botsford,

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Oakwood Hospital Downriver, & Garden City

combine staffs, resources and

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** New patients being accepted by all doctors!

specialties to form a health care

care at hospitals and more

than 30 outpatient medical

centers throughout Southeast

Michigan.

Tour organizations that will

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The University of Michigan Com-
prehensive Cancer Center has
launched a new toll-free cancer in-
formation line staffed by oncology
nurses. The Cancer AnswerLine
provides medically accurate and
personalized answers to the many
questions people have about can-
cer — everything from risk reduc-
tion and detection methods to
treatment options and clinical tri-
als.
"After the shock wears off, one
of the first things many people who
have been diagnosed with cancer
do is gather information about their
illness," says Dr. Max Wicha, di-
rector of the Cancer Center. "But
often they find the information
that's available — either in libraries
and bookstores or from friends and
family -- is confusing, over-
whelming or simply out of date."
The Cancer AnswerLine nurs-
es have at their fingertips contin-
ually updated cancer information
from a database containing
specifics on more than 40 types of (/
cancer and all major treatments.
They also draw from reference
books, brochures and recent sci-
entific and consumer articles.
Printed information developed by
the Cancer Center and organiza-
tions such as the National Cancer
Institute and the American Can-
cer Society is sent to callers at no
charge.
"We've tried to create a com-
prehensive resource, not only for '`
people diagnosed with cancer and
their family members who may
need assistance in navigating the
cancer care delivery system, but
also for individuals who want more
information on ways to reduce risk
or what to do if they're worried
they have cancer," says Juanita
Parry, a registered nurse and Can-
cer AnswerLine operator.
Although the Cancer Answer-
Line is primarily an information
service, the nurses advise any
caller who needs to be seen by a
doctor to make an appointment
with his or her physician. If the
caller doesn't have a personal
physician or requests help in lo-
cating one, the nurses provide a re-
ferral based on the caller's needs
ti
and interests.
"The Cancer AnswerLine serves
as a 'front door,' or single point of
entry, for people to access the Can-
cer Center and its wide range of re-
sources, particularly until our new
building opens in the fall of 1996,"
Dr. Wicha says.
The Cancer AnswerLine nurs-
es can be reached at 1-800-865-
1125 and are available Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:36-\
p.m. Calls received after hours are
returned the next business day.

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