100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

September 16, 2010 - Image 49

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-09-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

What happens when you cough or sneeze?

Bipolar Benefit

Margaret Trudeau to address
U-M fundraiser luncheon.

restore your blacker

cov,oe,ce

If you are a woman suffering from URINARY INCONTINENCE, the Michigan Institute of Urology
invites you to attend a free seminar in our offices to learn the latest treatment options. All seminars
begin at 6:00 p.m. and are conducted by urologists specializing in female incontinence.

Office Location
Troy
Clarkston
West Bloomfield (Orchard Lake Rd.)
St. Clair Shores
Dearborn
Pontiac
Utica
West Bloomfield (Haggerty Road)

Date
Mon., Sept. 20
Tues., Sept. 21
Wed., Sept. 22
Thurs., Sept. 23
Mon., Sept. 27
Tues., Sept. 28
Wed., Sept. 29
Thurs., Sept. 30

Phone

(248) 740-0670
(248) 620-6660
(248) 539-9036
(586) 771-4820
(313) 271-0066
(248) 322-6103
(586) 254-5759
(248) 624-9900

To reserve your seating, call the nearest office location.

I TT

MICHIGAN INfif f YE OF ROLOGV

From left, Michael, Brian and Liz Guz, David and, top, Lauren

Ann Arbor

T

he former first lady of Canada,
an international mental
health advocate, will be key-
note speaker during a luncheon to
benefit the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar
Research Fund at the University of
Michigan Depression Center at noon
on Thursday, Oct. 14, at The Henry
(formerly the Ritz-Carlton Hotel) in
Dearborn.
Margaret Trudeau will share her
story on bipolar disorder and her mes-
sage of hope in finding a balance of
mind, body and spirit. She is the widow
of former Canadian Prime Minister
Pierre Trudeau. Diagnosed just a few
years ago, she has suffered from bipolar
illness all of her adult life.
The Michael Guz Memorial Fund,
set up by Dr. and Mis. Brian Guz of
Franklin, helps the Prechter fund
at U-M. An estimated 5.7 million
Americans suffer from bipolar disor-
der. "Our family seemed normal and
happy',' said Liz Guz.
"Three beautiful children growing up
in a close knit family. Things were good
for a long time, but when our second
child, Michael, developed bipolar ill-
ness our reality was altered; said Guz,
an active member of Temple Beth El in
Bloomfield Township.
"Michael's behavior began to change,
especially as he entered adolescence.
He became anxious and depressed. His
struggle became too hard to overcome.
There are two things that cannot be

controlled — the severity of the illness
and the response to medication.
"Michael's bipolar disorder was
worsening and he did not respond to
the many medications we tried over the
years. It was very frustrating and heart-
breaking for him and us:'
When Michael died last year, the
family's private pain became public;
they were overwhelmed by the love and
support from the community. They
wanted to find a way to help prevent
this problem from happening to oth-
ers by finding a fund that did genetic
research in bipolar disorder. That is
how they came to the U-M Depression
Center, specifically the Heinz C.
Prechter Bipolar Research Fund.
The Margaret Trudeau luncheon is
presented by the Prechter Fund. All
proceeds raised by the luncheon will
benefit the fund's gene repository, the
only independently funded repository
in the nation. The repository collects
DNA samples from individuals with
and without bipolar disorder.
The DNA is evaluated to find clues
to early diagnosis and a roadmap to
understanding causes and identify
treatments. ❑

For luncheon tickets or
sponsorship information: Leslye
Martin, (734) 675-2200. Tickets
are $100 and tax-deductible.
For more information on the
Prechter Fund and Genetic
Repository, visit www.
prechterfund.org .

.1qatit,10

Gateway Travel

Invites You To An Exciting Event

THE WORLD OF GATEWAY TRAVEL FALL SHOW

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 I 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Knollwood Country Club

5050 W. Maple Rd. I West Bloomfield, MI 48322 I 248-855-1800

Visit with representatives from the following companies:

Abercrombie & Kent, Absolute Travel, Celebrity Cruises,
Classic Vacations, Crystal Cruises, Delta Airlines,
Gansevoort Hotel Group, GOGO Worldwide Vacations,
Micato Safaris, Oceania Cruises, Orient Express,
Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises,
Silversea Cruises, Travelex Insurance, Yachts of Seabourn

Register to win amazing Raffle Prizes:

Two Round-trip Tickets to Europe on Delta Airlines,
Two Nights at the Gansevoort Park Avenue NYC,
Two Nights at the Maroma Riviera Maya,
Three Nights at a Deluxe Caribbean Resort,
and many more travel gifts!!

Please RSVP by September 24th to confirm your attendance
info@gatewaytrvl.com or call us 248-432-8600

GATEWAY TRAVEL - A VIRTUOSO AGENCY
48334
2647o 1 3 M1; RO,',1), 131 200. Im‘tmimiTo,;

.

iN

September 16 • 2010







49

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan