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Spirituality

Breast Cancer-

What difference can having four options make.

Agency Sets
Lecture Series

The Agency for Jewish Education of
Metropolitan Detroit will sponsor a series
of lectures by Rabbi David Lazar as part
of the Conservative movement and
Jewish Theological Seminary scholar-in-
residence program. Rabbi Lazar is found-
ing director of RIKMA, a Spiritual
Community Leadership Training in
Israel.
The series, titled "How Men Created
Women," is being offered for three ses-
sions 1 2: 1 0 1 :30 p.m. Wednesdays,
Oct. 30, Nov. 6 and 13 and 7:30-9
p.m. Thursdays, Oct. 31, Nov. 7 and
14.
The first week, Rabbi Lazar will
discuss Genesis, chapters 1 and 2, and
the two different ways of defining
gender. The second week, he will dis-
cuss Midrash from the time of the
Talmud and the wisdom of Greece
and street smarts as they come togeth-
er to solve problems in interpreting
the Bible. The third week, medieval
folklore and the missing link between
third century B.C.E. Sumarian culture
and Jewish feminism of the 20th cen-
tury will be explored.
Each week's session is designed to be
self-contained and may be attended inde-
pendently. The same material will be pre-
sented both day and evening. The after-
noon class is offered as a lunch-and-learn;
participants are invited to bring a lunch.
Beverages will be provided.
All sessions will be at the Max M.
Fisher Federation Building in
Bloomfield Township and are open
free to the community. For informa-
tion, call Marion Bernstein, (248)
645-7860.

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es Ihciude:

With a family history of breast cancer, 1 i-onew

the importance of early detection. Henry Ford

was able to offer me four unique types of breast

SENTINEL NODE BIOPSY:
one lymph node is tested to see

cancer detection options. My doctor and I were

if others 'need to be removed

able to choose the best method for me. And

thanks to the screening we were able to treat

cancer in its earliest stages.

DUCTAL LAVAGE:
tests cells collected from the milk

ducts where cancer first forms

For more information about breast cancer

MAMMARY DUCTOSCOPY:

screening call 1 888 734 JFCC (5322) or go
online to HenryFord.com/cancer

uses a scope to look inside the
milk ducts for abnormalities

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CORE BIOPSY:
a biopsy needle is used to remove

EAL 14 'SYSTEM

tiny tissue samples from the breast

Adat Shalom
Collects Blood

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10/18
2002

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Adat Shalom Synagogue will hold an
American Red Cross blood donor drive
Sunday, Oct. 27, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Anyone 17 or older, weighing at least
110 pounds and in good health, can
give blood. There is no upper age limit.

Sponsored by the synagogue's Social
Action Committee, the drive is chaired
by Karen Lewis, Debbie Portney and
Sanford Turbow.
Allow about one hour for registra-
tion, blood donation and juice and a
nosh. For information and advance
reservations, call Adat Shalom
Synagogue, (248) 851-5100. Drop-ins
are welcome and will be accommodat-
ed as quickly as possible.

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