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October 25, 2002 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-25

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Breast Cancer-

What difference can having four o tions make?

26. Her parents are
Roberta and Bob
Granadier and she
is the sister of
Dana and David.
Proud grandpar-
ents are Rita
Pearlman and
Eileen and Gerry
Granadier.
A student at Derby Middle School
in Birmingham, Nicki likes playing
softball, swimming, reading and bike
riding. Her most meaningful mitzvah
project was volunteering at Pontiac
Lighthouse.

Keri Lynn Kahn, daughter of Susan
and Neil Kahn, will become a bat
mitzvah on
Saturday, Oct. 26,
at Congregation
Beth Ahm. She is
the sister of Ashley
and Emily and the
granddaughter of
Edith Kane, the
late Sam Kane and
the late Marcia
and Edmund
Kahn.
Keri is an honor student at
Berkshire Middle School in
Birmingham. She enjoys spending
time with family and friends.

Grace Elizabeth Klein of
Birmingham will be called to the
Torah Saturday, Oct. 26, at Temple
Emanu-El. Her
parents are
Sheldon and
Donna Klein; her
sister is Rebecca.
Sharing the day
will be proud
grandparents
Gloria and Irwin
Klein of West
Bloomfield and
Doris and Bruce MacMurray of
Gulfport, Fla.
Grace is in seventh grade.at Derby
Middle School in Birmingham, where
she plays tenor saxophone in the band
and is the student council vice presi-
dent. For her mitzvah projects, she
worked at Hadassah, making dolls for
hospitalized children. She also worked
on projects for Girl Scouts, Temple
Emanu-El and Art in the Park, bene-
fiting Common Ground.

With a family history of breast cancer,

the importance of early detection. Henry Ford

was able to offer me four unique types of breast

cancer detection options. My doctor and I were

able to choose the best method for me. And

DUCTAL LAVAGE:
tests cells collected from the milk
ducts where cancer first forms

thanks to the screening we were able to treat

cancer in its earliest stages.

For more information about breast cancer

MAMMARY DUCTOSCOPY:
uses a scope to look inside the

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

milk ducts for abnormalities



CORE BIOPSY:

a biopsy needle is used to remove
tiny tissue samples from the breast

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The new address
for the experts.

THANK
YOU
FOR YOUR BUSINESS

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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