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Page 10-Tuesday, April 10, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Department of French
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Wednesday, April 11-4:10 p.m.
La Boetie's Montaigne,
The Program in Comparative Literature
By MARY FARANSKI
A bill legalizing the sale of1
stance Laetrile as a prescribe
treatment is being held up int
Senate Health and SocialS
Department by Sen. Ed Pierce
Arbor) after the bill passed th
last month by an "overwh
majority, according to Re
Kelsey (D-Warren), the bill's sp
Pierce and the Senate comm
attempting to approach Laetr
food substance or as an expe
drug to be used only for resea
poses. According to Pierce ai
Manchester, "Laetrile has n
proven effective in cancer treat
KELSEY DENIED this sta
Good luck on Fins
from the professionals
He claimed that there i
the sub- ce that Laetrile is eff
d cancer many citizens and ev
the state crossed the border to
Services treated for cancer by
(D-Ann which is extracted from
he House The Food and Drug
elming" (FDA) and the Natio
p. John stitute (NCI) have c
ponsor. shoving that Laetrile is
ittee are treating cancer in la
rile as a Kelsey said these tests%
rrch pur- Nineteen states1
de Steve legislation allowing La
not been as a prescription drug, b
tment." not approved it for inte
atement. ce. Manchester said this
the apricot pits nor any(
or vehicles used in pr
have been transported
THE BILL IS sitting in
indefinitely while Sen. P
the results of an FDA
subjects to come out n
Kelsey said Pierce is ju
2733 Kelsey said, "If there
9329 ce that is effective (fo
bill on laetrile
s strong eviden- poses), it must not be held back." While
ective. He said Laetrile use has no harmful effects as
en doctors have such, Manchester said Pierce fears that
Mexico to be patients with cancer would give up
this substance, other conventional cancer treatments
apricot pits. in favor of the controversial drug. Man-
Administration chester said he believes that another
nal Cancer In- part of the controversy is whether a
onducted tests patient should be free to choose his
not effective in treatment.
boratory mice. Kelsey said the American Medical
were incorrectly Association (AMA) is also stalling. He
said the AMA is a rigid organization
have passed with great professional pride. "Nothing
etrile to be sold (new) ever comes from within their.
but the FDA has organization. They don't care for
rstate commer- change," he said, stating the example
s means neither that Dr. Jonas Salk was called a
of the machines "quack" when he first announced the
roduction could polio vaccine.
d across state The House also passed a similar bill
last December, but it was still in the
n the committee Senate Health and Social Service
Pierce waits for Committee when the session ended last
test on human year. The House rejected pushing
ext year. Rep. Laetrile as a food substance to be sold
ist dragging his over the counter. Kelsey, who has had
some family members die of cancer,
is any substan- wants to keep Laetrile under medical
r medical pur- classification.
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Tracey Taylor, an East Quad fresh-
person, died early yesterday morning
at St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital. The
cause of death could not be confirmed
late last night, although friends of
Taylor said she died of complications
from an attack of double pneumonia.
St. Joseph's hospital confirmed
Taylor died yesterday morning, but
refused to disclose the cause of death.
ACCORDING TO FRIENDS,who
prefer to remain anonymous, Taylor
was rushed to the hospital last FriIay
night, after she began experiencing
severe breathing difficulties while at-
tending a movie. Taylor's friends said
she was placed under intensive care on
Saturday, where she remained until her
Taylor had gone to University Health
Service last Monday, friends said,
where she was told she had a bad cold,
given medication, and cautioned to
return if her illness did not subside. Ac-
cording to her friends, Taylor went
back to Health Service on Friday, at
which time no conclusive diagnosis was
offered. Taylor went to the movie that
evening, friends said.
"She was a really special per-
son-really special," said one close
friend. "She always wanted to make
everyone feel comfortable-she was
always the one to cheer someone up."
Taylor, a Literary College (LSA)
student who came to the University
from Petoskey, Michigan, was
described by her friends as a good
student, interested in scientific resear-
ch, German, and writing.
According to friends,;Taylor's paren-
ts arrived in Ann Arbor over the
weekend, and a local funeral is being
planned for next week.
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