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October 01, 2009 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-10-01

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Community

Learn About
Breast Health

L

ifestyle changes, including
exercise and mindfulness
practices such as yoga and
meditation, can decrease the likeli-
hood of developing breast cancer
by as much as 40 percent, says
Ruth Lerman,
M.D., internal
medicine spe-
cialist in breast
health and dis-
ease with William
Beaumont Breast
Care Center,
'A
Royal Oak.
Dr. Lerman
For people
already affected by breast cancer,
exercise can improve survivorship
by as much as 60 percent, says
Lerman, a 15-year breast cancer
survivor and medical director
of the Silver Linings Program at
Beaumont.
Lerman will share information
about breast care wellness at 12:30
p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14, at Orchard
Mall, Maple and Orchard Lake
roads, West Bloomfield. There is no
charge. II

FOR THE LOVE OF HIS JEWISH COMMUNITY

Pink Snacks
Fight Cancer

HIS THOUGHTFUL LEADERSHIP

HIS SUPPORT FOR ISRAEL

W

ixom-based Vendtek
Wholesale Equipment
Inc. has created a spe-
cial vending machine that will sup-
port cancer treatment and research
during National Breast Cancer
Awareness Month in October.
A pink snack vending machine
is available Oct. 1 and is free to
businesses. A portion of ongoing
proceeds will be donated to the
Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer
Institute in Detroit.
Tom St. Germain of VendTek
says, "In April of 2008, after a long,
five-year battle, we lost a longtime
work associate and friend, Wayne
Painter, to breast cancer. Wayne had
been with me at Vendtek for over
15 years and had helped to con-
tribute to its growth and success.
This cause is important to me as a
tribute to him and to all others that
find themselves with this disease."
Interested companies should call
(248) 669-2646, ext. 107, for infor-
mation. n

AND HIS DEEP COMMITMENT TO THE JEWISH PEOPLE,

MAZEL TOV

TO

ROBERT SLATKIN

RECIPIENT OF THE FRED M. BUTZEL AWARD,

THE HIGHEST HONOR BESTOWED BY THE

JEWISH FEDERATION OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

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united Jewish
Foundation

of tietrepoilon Detroit

jewishdetroit.org

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October 2009

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