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Hartford Foundation Gives $52, 000 to Los Angeles Jewish Hospital

A grant of $52, 346 was given to the Mount Sinai Division, Cedars of Lebanon-Mount Sinai Hospitals, today, by the John A. Hartford Foundation, Inc. The grant will support three years of research into a study directed at the eventual development of constancy of the sugar level in the blood of diabetics identical with the non-diabetic.

The Hartford Foundation is the fourth largest in the country. It was originally established by the late John A. Hartford president of the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company who left the bulk of his estate to the Foundation.