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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-21

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radiation oncology and his wife, a
radiation physicist, to spend two
years learning the techniques at U-
M. The couple returned to Israel and
were able to use the training to take
care of patients, and then the pro-
gram was developed to give others
the opportunity.
The program, which has been
funded through private donations
and department funds, needs both a
long-term endowment of $2 million
and annual funding of $100,000 to
support the Israeli fellows as they go
through the training, Dr. Lawrence
said.
"There are only between six and
eight really well-trained radiation
oncologists in all of Israel," he said.
"If we could just train another 10 or
15 radiation oncologists ... it could
change the whole quality of practice
of radiation oncology in Israel."
The Soifer family became involved
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Howard Soifer's illness, when he was
under the care of Dr. Lawrence.
"The radiation oncology program
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and wanted to give something back.
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is that my daughter Marci has
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important to her dad and to me,"
she said. "Although I always knew I
would devote a lot of effort to this
cause, I never dreamt my children
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