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November 01, 2002 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-01

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Benefit Aids Health Research

Shoot for a Cure, the annual event ben-
efiting research and treatment of neuro-
logical diseases at Henry Ford Hospital,
will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov.
7, at the Andiamo Italia Banquet Center
in Warren.
The evening will include an auction,
dinner and performance by Danny
Marona, comedian, pianist and singer.
The master of ceremonies will be
Murray Feldman of FOX 2 News.
This year's honorees will be Marcia
and Eugene Applebaum of Bloomfield
Hills, co-founders of the Hermelin Brain
Tumor Center at Henry Ford Hospital.
The center is named for the late David
Hermelin, former U.S. ambassador from
Bingham Farms who was treated at
Henry Ford for brain cancer.
Over the past nine years, money
raised has been used to support research
and treatment at Henry Ford for neuro-

logical diseases including brain tumors,
stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson's disease,
spine disorders and trauma to the brain
or spinal cord.
The Hermelin Brain Tumor Center
focuses on brain and spine tumors and
is considered one of the largest neuro-
oncology centers in the nation. It also
houses one of the most comprehensive
brain tumor research labs in the country.
Shoot for a Cure honorary chairs are
Pam -and Dr. Mark Rosenblum of West
Bloomfield; event co-chairs are Joe and
Rosalie Vicari of Clinton Township. Dr.
Rosenblum is chair of the Department
of Neurosurgery at Henry Ford Hospital
and co-director of the Hermelin Brain
Tumor Center.
Tickets for the event are $175 (VIP),
$250 (benefactor), $500 (all star) and
$1,000 (diamond). For information or
reservations, call (313) 876-9259.

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