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October 18, 2007 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-10-18

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At the Karmanos Cancer Center we give cancer patients care

A Bridge from page 17A

that's second to none. Our location in Farmington Hills, the

the Bloomfield Hills resident said.
"The biggest challenge is that the
majority of people in our commu-
nity don't realize how critical this
is," Rosenberg said. "Either we learn
to live together, respect each other
and dialogue together to solve prob-
lems or we will
be condemned to
mutual destruc-
tion. We are at a
tipping point. The
level of destruc-
tive behavior is
higher than it has
ever been?'
"Engaging the
Other" advocates
for the very survival of humanity.
"The only way we can do this is to
afford each other the respect and
dignity to listen to each other's
narratives. I may say in the end,
`I don't agree with you, my truth
tells the story differently; but I've
heard yours, and I understand
where you're coming from.' Being
heard is itself a step toward healing;
it's absolutely essential right now,"
Rosenberg said:'

Weisberg Cancer Treatment Center, is right in your neighbor-

hood. We continue to provide our patients with the best

teams of doctors. We continue to give our patients more and

better treatment options. And we continue to have the best

World Class Cancer Care.
Right in your neighborhood.

research, the best technology and the best oncology

experts fighting cancer day in and day out. So, when you

hear cancer, think Karmanos. We're an NCI-designated

comprehensive cancer center and Michigan's only hospital

dedicated to fighting cancer. You can find us on

The conference is spon-
sored by the Common Bond
Institute and more than 85
supporting universities and
organizations worldwide. Visit
www.cbiworld.org or call (269)

Northwestern Highway where we continue to provide our

patients with exceptional care. To learn more please visit

Karmanos.org or call 1-800-Karmanos.

Hear cancer. Think Karmanos.

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Contact Keri Guten Cohen
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October 18 2007


The American Jewish Committee
and American Jewish Public Affairs
Committee will host a presentation
by Hillel Neuer on Monday, Nov. 5,
at 7:30 p.m. at the Townsend Hotel
in Birmingham.
Neuer is executive director of
U.N. Watch, a human rights orga-
nization in Geneva, Switzerland.
He appears
regularly before
the U.N. Human
Rights Council,
intervening for a
range of causes.
Event cost is
$20 per person
and includes a
Hillel Neuer
dessert recep-
tion. Jonathan Frank and Jason
Zimmerman are event co-chairs.
For reservations, call American
Jewish Committee's office, (248)
646-7686; e-mail: Detroit@ajc.org
or respond to David Fox at AIPAC,
dfox@aipac.org .

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