THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, October 13, 1972
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WASHINGTON (P)--The Defense forces in Thailand during the North matically over the past year, in as hard drug users. He defined
Department yesterday reported a Vietnamese spring offensive, Wil- part because of the declining troop hard drugs as heroin, ampheta-
five-fold increase in the use of bur's assistant, Maj. Gen. John population and widespread drug- mines and barbituates. The mili-
heroin and other hard drugs among Singlaub, said ,only five-tenths of detection and rehabilitation pro- tary' population totals about 2.5
the 45,000 U.S. servicemen in one per cent of Air Force person- gra-,.s. million.
Thailand. nel tested for heroin use turned He noted that in July and Of the 57,000, he said nearly half
Dr. Richard Wilbur, the Penta- up positive. But in recent months, August not a single drug addict or about 28,000 have been rehabili-
gon's chief medical officer, attri- he said, that figure increased to was found in Vietnam among the tated and returned to duty. An-
buted the higher rate to the larger 2.5 per cent. GIs tested. He said the figures for other 14 per cent or 7,900 are still
troop population, better techniques Most of the Americans in Thai- Thailand were not available. undergoing treatment, while about
for detecting heroin use, and the land are Air Force personnel. Since the Defense Department 18,000 or 32 per cent were dis-
availability of drugs in Thailand, Although the rate of drug abuse o p e n e d its world - wide battle charged from the services,, he said.
where he said they are easier to increased in Thailand, Wilbur told against drug use in the armed The remaining 5 per cent or about
come by than in Vietnam. a news conference that use of hard forces in Jurte 1971, Wilbur said 3,000 were transferred to the
Prior to the buildup of U.S. drugs in Vietnam had fallen dra- 57,000 servicemen were identified Veterans Administration, he said.
DES, morning-after pill, linked to cancer
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ing after pill. University Health
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There is no danger to the wo-
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says Dr. Robert Anderson, Di-
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Anderson adds that so far, the
only evidence of DES causing can-
cer is in relation to females with
abnormal sexual organs. "You
can't possibly relate this to a nor-
mal, healthy female," he 'says.
Studies by Dr. Lucille Kuchera,
of Health Service show the most
serious side effect of the morning-
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ing. Since the study was complet-
ed only last year, no evidence of
long-term effects is yet available.
Kuchera, who has made previous
statements to reporters defend-
ing use of the pill, declined further
comment at this time.
But Donald Holstein of the Cal-
ifornia Bureau of Food and Drugs
points out that lack of evidence
does not imply vindication of DES
in any form.
"The fact that studies done to.
support the accepted 'safe' uses
of DES at low doses are apparent-
ly unavailable, should certainly
cause the practitioner to hesitate
to offer DES at high doses to his
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cattle being fattened for market.
Findings that DES causes cancer
in exeprimental animals h a v e
prompted the FDA to limit this
use of DES as well.
A ban on DES in cattle feed will
go into effectnext January, since
studies showed that DES remains
There is no general Health Ser- in the liver of animals after
vice policy on administration of slaughter.
the pill, Anderson says, or on what Even under the ban, farmers
women are told before receiving it. i ill still be able tot implant DES
"Health Service doesn't dictate in the ears of animals at birth.
to any physician how to practice,' DES administered in this way
he explains. "Each visit is a pri- spreads more slowly throughout
vate encounter between the doctor the animals body. A bill recently
and the patient." passed in the Senate orders a
He added that Health Service "complete ban" on DES unless
would "encourage" doctors to say tests prove implantation does not
that the pill would not be given if leave DES residues in meat.
patients for novel uses," he states. course, when my last period was,
Even if DES should prove in the and if I had ever contraceptives,"
long run to be harmless to the wo- one woman said. "I was told that
man who takes it, Herbst's studies the pills would make me a little
indicate that there may still be sick and nauseous, but I was never
danger of cancer to a child the told what the pills did, how they
woman might already be carrying. acted, or what effect they would
Some doctors at Health Service have on my system."
say that for this reason they She said she had gotten the
would not give the pill to any wo- pills in July or August of 1971, but
man who might already be preg- that a roommate who took them
nant and who felt that she could less than a month ago was given
not have an abortion. virtually the same counseling.
One Health Service doctor, who None of thewomen interviewed
declined to be identified, claimed said they had beenasked about
to tell all girls who felt they could abortion, even those who had re-
not have an abortion about the ceived the pills recently. None
cancer-causing effects DES might recalled being told about possi-
have on their daughters. The doc- bilities of cancer in their off-
tor adds that in two recent cases, spring.
girls have refused the pill after be- For nearly twenty years, live-
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