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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-04-26

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and Geriatric Medicine including...






attacks on the right side of the heart.
"Twenty years of experimental
and clinical work has helped clarify
why patients suffering this problem
develop life-threatening shock and
how opening up the blocked offending
artery can dramatically benefit such
individuals," he said.
"For all the negative press that
the health care industry receives;'

Beaumont's Press Room contributed to
this article.

Vital Statistics

Resides: Bloomfield Hills

JAMES A. GOLDSTEIN, M.D.
Director of Cardiology Research
and Education
Beaumont Hospitals

Background: Born in Highland Park,
III. Graduated University of Illinois-
Champagne-Urbana and University
of Chicago Pritzker School of
Medicine; internal medicine intern-
ship and residency, University of
Oregon Health Sciences Center;
four-year research and clinical
cardiovascular fellowship spon-
sored by the National Institutes
of Health at the Cardiovascular
Institute, University of California-
San Francisco. Directed the cardio-
vascular division of the Santa Clara
Valley Medical Center affiliated with
Stanford University Medical Center
(1982-86); directed Congestive
Heart Failure-Cardiac Transplant
Program, Washington University,
St. Louis (1987-94) before com-
ing to Beaumont. Certified by
the American Board of Internal
Medicine in internal medicine and
cardiovascular disease; a fellow of
the American College of Cardiology
and the American College of
Physicians.

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Goldstein said, "medical care in 2007
— even compared to 10 years ago
— has made unbelievable advances
on all diseases.
"It's been an interesting transforma-
tion. The work we're doing is part of
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Family: Married to Cindy, a nurse
and "California girl." "We have
three fabulous kids:" Jacob, 23,
who graduated Indiana University
and is headed to medical school;
Rachel, 21, a junior at Wellesley
College; and Sidney, 19, who is in
Sienna, Italy, on a cultural immer-
sion program and will attend Albion
College. All graduated Cranbrook-
Kingswood in Bloomfield Hills.

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Outside interests: Goldstein
belongs to Franklin Hills Country
Club. "In winter, my weekends are
spent writing research papers; in
summer, it's golf." He's up at 4 a.m.
every day to exercise and swim at
Lifetime Fitness before work. "It's
a fundamental part of my lifestyle."
When traveling, for business or
pleasure, he checks out interesting
restaurants ahead. He makes a bee-
line for Kossar's Bialys in Brooklyn
whenever he gets to New York. And
next door, he says, "is the finest
gourmet donut shop on the planet
and not to be missed." When in
town, a favorite is the Rugby Grill at
the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.

Carry it...

Type 1 Gaucher disease (pronounced Go-
Fortunately, Gaucher disease is beatable, and
Shay) is the most common Jewish genetic
the eadier the diagnosis the better, because irre-
disease, and among the least well known. In fact,
versible problems or premature death can occur if
Should know
it is much more common than Tay-Sachs disease.
left untreated. If you or your family members are
about it. experiencing any of the following symptoms, ask
The symptoms of Gaucher disease are progressive
and often debilitating. Symptoms can begin at any
your doctor if a Gaucher blood test is right for you.
age.

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— GAUCHER DISEASE SIGNS & SYMPTOMS

• FATIGUE (ANEMIA) • BONE PAIN • EASY BRUISING AND/OR BLEEDING

• ENLARGED ABDOMEN (SPLEEN AND/OR LIVER)

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