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August 22, 2003 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-22

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Health Notes

BROOKDALE

THE HERITAGE

Of SOUTHFIELD

Experienced, Trusted and Committed

The Heritage of Southfield offers everything you
want and need, now and in the future. Whether
you're ready to simplify your life or you require
assistance daily, The Heritage of Southfield is
with you every step of the way.

We put you first...your privacy, your dignity,
your choices. We provide the services you need -
meals, housekeeping, around the clock staffing
assistance with personal care needs, and more -
to help you continue to live your life as you
please.

25800 W Eleven Mile Road • Southfield, MI 48034

Colt to receive a complimentary copy of
our new video on downsizing and
lifestyle changes for successful aging.

Dr. David Loeffler of Oak Park,
investigator in the Royal Oak neu-
rology research laboratory at
Beaumont Hospital, will be a partic-
ipant in the use of a $62,500 one-
year grant to compare tissue from
the brains of normal elderly people
to those of people with early-stage
and late-stage Parkinson's disease.
The grant was presented to the hos-
pital from the Michael J. Fox
Foundation.

Dr. Anthony F. Shields of
Bloomfield Hills
has been appoint-
ed associate direc-
tor for clinical
research at the
Barbara Ann
Karmanos Cancer
Institute. He is
leader of the insti-
tute's gastrointesti-
Dr. Shields
nal oncology mul-
tidisciplinary
team, program leader for develop-
mental therapeutics and professor of
medicine and oncology.

Dr. Brian Seifman has joined
Preferred Urology in Southfield. He
has completed a fellowship in
laproscopy, the only urologist in
southeastern Michigan to do so.

he Residents, Staff and Board of Directors of Jewish
Apartments and Services Wish to thank all of the wonderful
volunteers (We wish we could name them individually) from our
neighboring communities, who came in day and night and
worked tirelessly to help our staff keep our close to 900 resi-
dents safe during the power outage of 2003. You have
touched the hearts of our residents and we are thank-
ful to be part of this amazing community.
We are sincerely grateful for your support.
Jewish

Apartments
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Dr. Mark
Langberg of
Bloomfield Hills
received a
Fellowship Award
at the Academy of
General Dentistry
annual meeting in
Tennessee. Dr.
Langberg complet-
Langberg
ed 500 hours of
continuing dental
education and passed a comprehen-
sive eight-hour written exam.

Dr. Jane Krasnick
of Huntington
Woods has opened
Warren Allergy
and Asthma PC, a
practice treating
children and
adults. Dr.
Krasnick is the
author of a dozen
Krasnick
medical journal
articles on allergy
and asthma topics and has fellow
status in two major national allergy
organizations.

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