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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-26

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Arts & Life

Health

Huron Valley-Sinai
Hosts Cancer Event

The Charach Cancer Treatment
Center at Huron Valley-Sinai
Hospital in Commerece Township
will sponsor a free, day-long pro-
gram for women living with the can-
cer experience.
The "Just For You" event runs
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Oct.
3. It opens with continental break-
fast and exhibits, and remarks by
Natalie Charach and Chrisie
Deming, pharmacist Kim Enokian
speaking about natural medicines. At
10:15, Judith Grant Granader will
have a show of the latest wigs, hair-
pieces and scarves.
At 10:45, makeup expert Karlene
Goedde will give a demonstration,
followed by Duanne Karr speaking
on aromatherapy. At 11:45, dietitian
Elizabeth Bailey will discuss nutri-
tion and cancer. Lunch will follow.
At 1:30 p.m., social worker Diane
Wozny will talk about finding the
right support group, followed by Jan
Weal-Grubb showing massage tech-
niques. At 2:30 p.m., Elana
Ackerman, a cancer survivor and
high school student, will talk about
journaling, followed by Sandy
Baummann discussing using humor
during trying times.
A panel of Huron Valley-Sinai
experts will be featured at 3:30 p.m.:
Dr. Kimberly Hart, clinical chief of
radiation oncology; Dr. Vicki Baker,
obstetrics-gynecology oncology; Dr.
Kristine Duffy, obstetrics-gynecolo-
gy; and Linda Miller, Women's
Services nurse practitioner.
To RSVP, call Huron Valley-Sinai,
(248) 937-4000.

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