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M SL TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1998 Stem-cell transplants ;? a cancer treatment boon t. I ' ! parts are offering stem-cell trancnlnntc fnr natiVnts. . . ; , : fl A j, . VW ' ; : SU xS . r 2L J Actress Louise Fletcher chooses from jewels offered by Harry Winston manager Armand Galvan-Espinola. She picked $61,000 11-carat fancy yellow diamond earrings set in platinum and an $82,000 sapphire and diamond bracelet, also set in platinum. 4D THE PALM BEACH POST Winston's stars shine WINSTON From ID opportunity. Although Winston insists jew-iels are loaned on a first-come, first-served basis, many of the celebrities wait until the last minute anyway. Louise Fletcher, the Best Actress of 1975 (she played Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest), was the first through the door. She came alone, sans publicist or stylist. - Although the whole small store is like an inner sanctum, Fletcher was ushered into the sanctum sanctorum, past a second undercover armed guard. That's where Armand Galvan-Espinola, store manager, does his work. He disappeared into the vault, and returned with a laden tray. Fletcher admitted she'd been worried before coming in. "I said to someone, 'My God, what if you go and you don't like anything? What do you say?' " That turned out not to be a problem. "These a e beautiful," she said, admiring a pair of $65,000 diamond hoop earrings, "but I would be worried about wearing clips. What if one fell off? That would be your worst nightmare." Tell Jessica Yu about it. When the documentary film maker got home last year after accepting her Oscar for Breathing Lessons: The Life and Work of Mark O'Brien, she noticed a diamond was missing from her $40,000 bracelet. "I was having this total Guy de Mau By DeKhia Ricks Newsday In a deep freeze at minus 396 degrees F., as cold as the unforgiving fringes of the solar system, doctors have captured in suspended animation tiny lifesaving cells that carry the blueprint for a patient's entire blood and immune systems. Dr. Aby Buchbinder, head of the adult bone-marrow program at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, N.Y., has found the clinical application of human stem-cell research a boon for people with cancer. "This has been a tremendous advance for many, many patients," he said. In a decade, stem-cell transplants have replaced the use of bone-marrow transplants in many cases, providing patients with the specific components in bone marrow that create a healthy new blood supply and immune system. Stem cells are the parent cells that give rise to the family of cellular elements that make up the blood and immune systems: red blood cells that shuttle oxygen to tissues and the variety of white cells that help the body fight infection. In an autologous stem-cell transplant, Buchbinder explained, a patient's own cells are harvested and held in a liquid nitrogen tank at a supercold temperature. Harvesting in many cases involves removing cells much the same way blood is drawn from a donor. Hospitals large and small in recent years much like their big university-associated counter jewels help at Oscars passant moment," she told The New York Times, "where I thought I'm going to be making films for the rest of my life to pay back Harry Winston." The store discovered the diamond had fallen out in its vault, but the loss would have been covered by Winston's insurance policy. As Fletcher was finishing up she went for a pair of diamond earrings and a diamond and sapphire bracelet Armand mentioned that another Oscar winner, Marlee Matlin (Children of a Lesser God), had just arrived. As if further proof was needed that all stars know each other, the two greeted like old friends. Matlin and her group her little daughter, a friend and .the head of her production company, Jack Jason squeezed into Ar-mand's salon, and a new round ot jewels was brought out. "What about this?" Mathn-asked Jason, as she held an "important" (that's Winston-speak for expensive) diamond necklace around her neck and smiled in an attempt to win him over. "Too heavy," he said. Marlee spotted a photograph of Elizabeth Taylor wearing a Flintstone-size diamond pendant necklace. "What about that?" n "That's the Hope diamond, Jason replied. (It wasn't.) After settling on a few hundred thousand worth of jewels and telling her daughter that she "loved her more" than a whole tray's worth, it was time for Marlee to go. "Off to Spago," said Jason. Robert Duvall: 18-carat Ul timate Timepiece watch. Luciana Pedraza (Robert Duvall's fiancee): 22-carat diamond cluster earrings ($200,000) and a diamond bracelet ($10,000) Mira Sorvino (former Academy Award winner): 16-carat diamond necklace with fancy yellow pear-shaped diamonds ($770,000); a 3-carat marquise-shaped diamond ring ($43,000); 20-carat diamond cluster earrings ($200,000) Anne Bancroft (former Academy Award winner): Ruby and diamond necklace ($800,000) and ruby and dianlond earrings ($100,000) Fran Drescher (host of Sir Elton John's Academy Award party): Diamond necklace, earrings, bracelet and ring totally 340 carats: ($9.2 million) Ptioto by ROGER MICHEL L.A. A quick fact-finding mission up the street to Armani's glitzy store revealed that Ma Affleck would be wearing a black diamante jacket with chiffon pants. A necklace would be lost in the high collar, but the publicist savvan opportunity, on her ears. "I'll sneak earrings to her," he said. So, who else is wearing what? The folks at Winston could teach George Stephanopoulos a thing or two about keeping a secret. Asked if anyone would be wearing one of the store's tiaras to the Oscars, a bublicist said: "I don't know, and if did, you'd have to shoot me. And ;ven then." Roger Michel is a freelance writer and photographer. Beth Teitell is reporter with The Boston Herald. Cuba Goodine Jr. (former Academy Award winner and presenter): 18-carat gold Ocean watch from the Ultimate Timepiece Collection; gold wedding band B Sara Gooding (wife of Cuba Gooding Jr.): Fancy yellow dia- . mond earrings set in platinum ($500,000) B Mrs. Peter Fonda: 66-carat oval diamond necklace set in platinum ($1,400,000); 14-carat diamond cluster earrings ($230,000); 33-carat diamond bracelet set in platinum ($425,000) For more fashion photos, video highlights and reports from Monday's Oscar ceremonies, go to Palm Beach Interactive: www.GoPBI.com While many of the civilians who brave the store make jokes to take the edge off their discomfort, so do some of the stars. "Do you have lay-away?" actress Theresa Russell asked on Tuesday morning. Russell, best remembered for Black Widow, is in the new movie Wild Things. opened Friday. She's not going to the Academy Awards, but needs a glamour injection for the parties afterward. "I'm doing the diamond boogie," she said as she danced around the store. Meanwhile, an issue was brewing. Word had filtered down that Armani had said Ben Affleck's mother should wear no jewelry when she accompanies her son to the Oscars. "I'm going to kill him," said one of Winston's New York publicists who had flown out to Marlee Matlin (former Academy Award winner): Cabo-chon sapphire and diamond bracelet ($65,000) and earrings ($6,000) B Faye Dunaway (former Academy Award winner): South Sea pearl and 2.85-carat diamond earrings ($75,000); 60-carat diamond bracelet set in platinum ($275,000) B Wynonna Judd: Diamond Ray-Ban sunglasses by Harry Winston (priceless); ruby, sapphire and diamond necklace ($96,000); sapphire and diamond earrings ($42,500) B Louise Fletcher (former Academy Award winner): 11-carat fancy yellow diamond earrings set in platinum ($61,000); sapphire and diamond bracelet set in platinum ($82,500) A glittery combination: Diamonds, sapphires and stars Charming singers give 'Merry Widow' big lift I What baubles did the stars borrow from Beverly Hills jeweler Harry Winston? Burt Reynolds donned a stud set (how appropriate!) worth $14,000 and a $150,000 diamond bracelet. Fiancee Pam Seals dripped in almost a million worth of jewels: a 56-carat diamond necklace set in platinum and 12-carat diamond earclips. B Helen Hunt: diamond earrings. Kim Basinger: pearl earrings, necklace and bracelet. Helen Labdon (fiancee of Greg Kinnear): 11-carat Tahitian pearl and diamond drop earrings Kathy Bates (former Academy Award winner and Titanic star): 45-carat diamond necklace ($450,000) and 15-carat diamond earclips ($105,000). "This allows patients to under-, go the therapy close to home,'-; Buchbinder said, eliminating the; need to travel great distances at a time when they are worried about, health and survival. "We're very proud of the fact that our program is approacning us fifth anniversary and still has a-mortality rate of zero," said Dr.'. Harish Malhotra, director of the, UnA ynt-AttT tfootmont nrncTrjiTT. at J.T. Mather Memorial Hospital in Port Jefferson, N.Y. . ,T Buchbinder underscored,: however, that survival depends -"on the specifics of the patient's , underlying disease and not on the ' ii j : if" kill cancerous cells, Malhotra esti- mates, can be 20 times to 30 times the usual amount of cancer-fight- ; ing drugs given to patients. Chemotherapy is used to treat some breast cancer patients, par-; ticularly those with advanced dis-' ease that has failed other forms of- therapy, and people with various hmpa nf lpiikfimia and lvmohoma. . Lymphomas are malignancies of, the lymphatic system, such as; Wrtrlrrlrin'c Hispasp 1 ,,, M-W - " tjnce me ciiemu naa urai ou- 1 l-i 1 I ' 1 . !J n . . fnfin .ii'nriiTiiii"! 1 1 1 1 . tients are temporarily without im-; munity. "They can be given the infusion of stem cells as soon as , the chemotherapy has been elimi-' nated from the body," he said. '.. Buchbinder and other cancer specialists say it takes a tew days for the chemotherapy drugs to be ;' eliminated from the body. Opera review Soprano Victoria Atwater gave the role 'of Valencienne a perky,; and even slightly mysterious tone;,' Her luscious ana powenui vuilc added an ooeratic dimension to this little theater piece, and she ' belted out the high notes with little aimcuity. Tenor Bruce Reed was also UUlOLlllUlll ' lJ played an exceptional stage presence and a superb vocal talent, The gorgeous aria Yours is My , Heart Alone was dramatic in its', sweep, and his Act 2 duet with Atwater was captivating. Elias Eliadis gave an engaging .: comedic flavor to the role of Baron Zeta. His baritone voice did not ; impress, but Zeta's role requires more acting than singing, and Eli .', dis was perfectly at home deliver-; ing funny lines with a thick and unidentifiable European accent. Jones' piano accompaniment was nicely handled, and the inclu- ' SlOn OI VlUllIUSl UlULt f,UH-jr " several of the numbers gave ani other interesting dimension to the performance. BOYNTON I 22OCONGtSSAyt. 7340049 UNITFO AfTISTS (MntniwinTrua 1224 SAXON KjtAiKAiD 775-1700 UMTf 0 AtTlSTS 6242664 TRAIL DRIVl-IN 343IA WOWB 9654J4S KGAI CINfM5 unrrr d An?rs wSA!0nsa)Aii 2025 0r,fKH06ti luU 697-8966 UNTfD AITlSrS HOVliHHU!ltfX!J 6iu KXiii mi uro 641-3102 f ulbe hottest since Baste stmtJ A DemlisMj cletert t wlJjrMJ'Jl ii sul m iw aiiMiii-irawjsaaaflssjy.. ... , .,... .dsew t V " llili r-. -j-. .n jjjuiwtoi.f IfGAI CINtMAS JUPITER I 204 NORTH U S. I 747-7333 Scorsese-themed movie to open film festival Toback (Pick Up Artist) starring Robert Downey Jr.; and Mr. Jealousy, starring Eric Stoltz. Movies will be screened at theaters throughout Palm Beach County, including Regal Cinemas in Delray Beach and Jupiter; Town Center in Boca Raton; PGA Cinema 6 in Palm Beach Gardens; and the Carefree Theatre in West Palm Beach. Proceeds support film programs at Palm Beach Community College, the Palm Beach County School of the Arts and the magnet program at Palm Beach Gardens High School. Arkin, Elle MacPherson, David Strathairn and Scorsese himself. The premiere is open to the public, and will be held at Muvico Movies at Boca Raton's Town Center mall. Tickets are $20. Festival officials Monday also announced a partial list of movies. They include Waco: Rules of Engagement, an Academy Award nominee for best documentary; Go Now, a new film by Michael Winterbottom (Welcome to Sarajevo) and starring Robert Carlyle (The Full Monty); Two Girls and a Guy, a new movie by James By Gary Schwan Palm Beach Post Arts Writer Fifty movies from more than 20 countries will be screened during the second annual Palm Beach International Film Festival April 17-26. . ... . The festival's opening night premiere will be With Friends Like .These, a new comedy about four buddies who wind up competing for the same acting role in a Martin Scorsese movie. Produced by Penny Marshall and j directed by Phillip Messina, the film stars Adam Theaters today By Bill F. Faucett Special to The Palm Beach Post WEST PALM BEACH Franz Lehar's delightful and well-loved operetta The Merry Widow was given a fine performance Sunday evening at Rosarian Academy by the Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera Society. The modest but effective production was led by the company's able artistic director Jack W. Jones and featured strong singers, many of whom are familiar to area audiences. Like most of Lehar's 38 operettas, The Merry Widow is thin on plot but is brimming with some of the best songs in the genre. Soprano Demetra George, cast in the role of the widow Hanna Glawari, gave the aria Kiss My Lips a sensational lilt, while the popular Vilia was sung with an irresistible charm. George's voice is perfect for operetta and she is a convincing actress. A regular on South Florida stages, she rarely disappoints. The usually reliable baritone Malcolm Arnold, as Danilo Dan-ilowitsch, was not up to his usual high standard. Although he nicely demonstrated his rich, buttery voice in There Once Was a Prince, his acting was a bit stiff and he repeatedly strained to reach the top of his vocal range. W OPENS J TONIGHTtajaN Te-1SsT v'v . Jnr md the vt hi.lc tf nxir dreams in The Vi'ivn Beah Tovt ("tiwifieds. 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