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MIDWEST BUSINESS SYSTEMS AIDS ASTHMA RESEARCH WITH GIFT TO DETROIT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

 SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Aug. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Midwest Business Systems, a Southfield-based value-added reseller of integrated computer hardware and software systems, has donated a $5,000 gift to Detroit Children's Hospital to aid research in the treatment of childhood asthma.
 George Molnar, president of family-owned Midwest Business Systems, made the presentation on behalf of the company's 75 employees. "Our family has had to cope with the difficulties associated with asthma and we're particularly aware of the importance of this research," he noted. "We're grateful to Children's Hospital for their long-standing commitment to combat this childhood disease and we're pleased that our company could share in their research efforts."
 Dr. Duane Harrison, director of the hospital's Division of Immunology, Rheumatology and Allergy, accepted the contribution on behalf of Children's Hospital. "More children are admitted to Children's Hospital for the treatment of asthma," he explained, "than for any other single reason, and it's a leading cause of death among children in our city. This substantial gift will help us to further our search for better forms of prevention, treatment and control."
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 /CONTACT: George Molnar of Midwest Business Systems, 313-358-0890/


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