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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, .tune 1, 1977

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 1, 1977

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Expert panel investigates
FDA 'closed-door' policy
(Continued from Page 1) tive" before marketing should
legislation to remove the trade be changed "to reflect the fact
secrets policy that the FDA now that assessing the value and ul-
uses to keep data on the safety timate approvability of a new
and effectiveness of new drugs drug entails weighing its risks
hidden from public view against its overall benefits." No
Among other findings and drug is absolutely safe or al-
recommendations, the p a n e I ways effective, the panel said.
said: " Public- interest representa-
* The law requiring the phar- tives with full voting rights
maceutical industry to prove its should be added to the host of
products "both safe and effec- expert advisory committees th It
_..help the FDA decide which
drugs can be marketed "so that
cnsmers will ae a voice in
deciidng whether the social ben-
efits of new drugs outweigh
their risks."
* The agency should contract
with indepedent laboratories to
spot check the results of animal
tests that drug companies con-
duct to provethe effectiveness
'U r of their product. Pilot .programs
should be undertaken as a pos-
sible step toward removing the
testing process from the drug
manufacturing community.
The panel said the present
practice of requiring the indus
try to run its own tests on new
drugs results in an inherent con
flict of interest because the test
er also the potential seller and
therefore has a financial stake
in the invention.
IHADCANCER
AND I LIVED.
MarvellaBayb
I have had breast cancer and a mastectomy to
oure it. But it didn't change my life-or my
femininity. Of course, right after surgery, I was
discouraged. But then I received a visit from an
American Cancer Society volunteer. She gave
me a ball and a rope. And she showed me how
to use them to strengthen my arm. She gave me
information about breast forms and how to fit
my clothes. Then she told me thatshe, too, had
had a mastectomy. That's when she gave me
faith. I knew then, if other women could do it,
so could I. And I did.
If you knows cancer patient who needs help,
call your Unit of the American Cancer Society.
We can give people information and counseling
on all kinds of cancer. We can also give them
hope. I know. Because I had cancer and lived.
American CanCer Society.

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