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Page 2-Thursday, February 22, 1979-The Michigan Daily

State House readies Laetrile bill

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L ANSING (UPI) - The state House
yesterday readied its Laetrile
legalization bill for a final vote after
rejecting a plan to label the substance
as a food product rather than a drug.
And, in other action, the House tabled
a bill, hotly opposed by Detroit
lawmakers, preventing city sewer,
water or utility departments from
refusing to hire residents of the suburbs
they serve.
THE LAETRILE bill, which passed
the House late last year but died in the
Senate, legalizes the prescription sale
of the substance believed by many to be
a cancer cure.
It also authorizes the state-regulated
manufacture of the drug, but requires
that patients receiving it sign a form
showing they are aware it has no scien-
tifically proven value. a
Gov. William G. Milliken said he is
being strongly advised not to support
the measure.

"IT IS not by many... accepted as a
reliable drug for cancer and, in that
way, it holds out false hopes," Milliken
said..
Claiming the measure will not ac-
tually make Laetrile more available
than it is now, Rep. Jeffrey Padden
proposed legalizing the substance as a
food product instead, allowing it to be
purchased without prescription.
He said medical officials are more
comfortable with his approach because
"they don't want to be involved with
this substance."
OTHERS SAID Laetrile simply
should not be labeled a drug.
Rep. John Kelsey, the fiery Laetrile
advocate who sponsored the main bill,
said passing Padden's proposal "would
be perpetrating the biggest fraud you
ever perpetrated on the people of
Michigan."
The Warren Democrat, whose wife
died of cancer,, leaving him a bitter,
critic of traditional treatments, said he

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wants Laetrile to be "under the medical
umbrella."
Padden's proposal was defeated 57-40
after more than a half hour of debate.
Daily
Official Bulletin
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1979
Daily Calendar:
WUOM: National Press Club, Richard L. Coe,
drama critic discusses the current state of theatre in
and out of New York City, 10:10 a.m.
Physics/Astronomy: H. Thacker, Fermilab, "How
to Solve the Massive Thirring Model," 2038 Randall,
4 p. m.
Guild House: Poetry reading, Deborah Dudley and
M.A. Gunsaulus, 802 Monroe, 7:30p.m.
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