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Asthma Athlete Scholarship Program Open

Oklahoman Published: February 25, 1997

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The 13th annual Asthma Athlete Scholarship program for high school scholar-athletes with asthma is looking for applicants.

Deadline for entries is March 31.

Sponsored by the Schering/KEY Corporation headquartered in Madison, N.J., the "Will to Win" program will grant $35,000 in scholarships to 10 high school seniors who achieved athletic success in spite of asthma.

Applications and posters can be obtained by calling (800) 558-7305. Lupus Symposium Set

TULSA - A lupus symposium, "Lupus: The Wolf for the Butterfly," will be Saturday at the Hillcrest Women's Center from 8 a.m to 3:45 p.m. in the Helmerich Conference Center, 1120 S Utica.

Guest speakers and their topics will include: Dr. Craig Carson, "What Is Lupus?"; Dr. George Goodhead, "Dry Eye Syndrome"; attorney Nathan Barnard, "Social Security Disability"; state lupus chapter director Terry Dubberly, "Managing Change"; and dietitian Karen Mahlmeister, "Nutrition."

For information, call (800) 725-6445. Cardiac Care Explained

The 50-Plus Program at St. Anthony Hospital will hold a free seminar, "What to Expect from Current Cardiac Care," at 1 p.m. today in the St. Mary Conference Room at the hospital, 1000 N Lee.

Guest speaker Dr. William Collazo, a specialist in cardiology and internal medicine, will present an overview of current treatment options and probable outcomes for various heart problems.

Reservations are required.

For information, call 231-8866. Science/Religion Dialogue Set

The final Science/Religion dialogue will be at 7 p.m. today at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 4400 N Shartel.

The focus of tonight's dialogue between a panel of local clergymen and a group of scientists from area universities will be "Human Genetics and Ethical Issues." Tobacco-Free Rally Planned

More than 1,500 middle-school students are expected to attend a Tobacco-Free Youth Rally at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the south steps of the state Capitol.

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