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Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2018 11:57 am

As the Jewish Genetics Diseases Center of Greater Phoenix prepares for a community screening in Scottsdale on Aug. 19, Wendy Carriere, executive director of the center, still feels the presence of late co-founder Dr. Sherman Minkoff in every decision she makes.

“I always think, ‘Would Sherman have been proud of this?’ ” Carriere said. “Because he really wanted to see the young Jewish community come together and care about their health and the health of their offspring.”

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