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Friday, J3uly 8, 1977

THE MICHIGAN GAILY

Page Nine

FriddY July 8, 1977 THE MICHIGAN I~AILY Page NIne

DAI LY
CLASSIFIEDS
Continued from Page 8)
PERSONAL
I think you should decide for
yotirself whether you are going to
tore an abortion or not. You're the
one who has to tive with the deci-
sion. By the way, Pete and I are en-
gaged. CYNTHIA dF708
IAM LOOKING for anyone who hot
ioforation on end/or might like
to go with me camping' in Algon-
qoin National Park and surround-
ings, Canada, about the last two
weeks in August. Alan 662-2829.
dF708
JAZZ
at the University Club with the
Roots Trio and Friends Noel Cun-
ningham, piano; Ted -Harley, bass;
Stanley Slaughter, drums; and fea-
turing Vincent York of the Mercer
Ellington Band on alto sax. Friday
and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-
1:30 a.m. in the club cocktail lounge
In the Michigan Un100 Union build-
ng. Atk hostess for a free trial
membership. 763-2236. cFtc
PERSONAL
ONE GAME FREE bowling with thiss
ad at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball, pool
and saloon toot 2985 Washtenaw, 1
mile east of U.S. 23. eFtc
0RNF2ENDS LAKE COMMUNITY-80-
acre wild life preserve near Chelsea;
swimming, sailing, canoeing, picnic-
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adult; children free. Brochure from
Bloods, 2005 Penneraft, Ann Arbor,
MI 48103. 29F716
NEW-e off all copits left over-
night (books too)t IMPRESS, 524 E.
William. 665-4321. eFte
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-
13 Pregnancy tests available. rFtc
FOREIGN MEDICAL SCHOOL
Sl taking applications for this
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term with either a master's
degree or an intermediate de-
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Panel wants new aspirin labels

WASHINGTON (AP) - As-
pirin and acetaminophen, the
two main nonprescription pain
relievers, are safe and effec-
tive but should have W>ugher
warning labels about their use,
a federal advisory panel said
Thursday.
The scientific panei also told
the Food and Drug Administra-
tion (FDA) it should prohibit
label claims on aspirin-based
products that they relieve
symptoms of arthritis or rheu-
matism.
SUCH CLAIMS may lead con-
sumers to self-treat these dis-
eases without first seeking medi-
cal attention, said the group,
leading to possible "irreversible
damage to joints and other tis-
sues."
The panel also recommended
that products containing aceta-
minophen, the chief aspirin sub-
stitute, carry labels warning
that excessive doses can cause
liver damage.
The recommendations to FDA
followed a four-year study of

over-the-counter analgesic pain sold.
relievers and fever reducers. Belleville said the panel's
The 1,200-page report is the lat- chief accomplishments were the
est in av series, requested by labeling recommendations call-
the FDA, reviewing all nonpre- ing for more information on dos-
scription drugs. age and use.
DR. J. WELDON Belleville FDA Commissioner Donald
of the University of California, Kennedy told a news briefing
the panel chairman, said that that the recommendations were
in 2975 Americans spent $720 advisory only and that any poli-
million on ponprescription anal- cy changes would have to fol-
gesics, representing one-fifth of low a period of public com-
all over-the-counter products ment.

"I would expect this report,
though, to lead to more explicit
labeling, including essential new
warnings, that will make it
easier or consumers to select
a product to relieve pain and
fever," Kennedy said.
The advisory group said lab-
els should warn against taking
aspirin products during the last
three months of pregnancy be-
cause they could prolong labor
and cause bleeding.

EVERYTHINGFOR Til MAN
zt t i.A STATNI T.ANN ARB)R F ANNN

Wanted!
peop1e who can:

If you can spend some time, even a few hours, with someone who needs
a hand, not a handout, call your local Voluntary Action Center.
Or write to: "Volunteer," Washington, D.C. 20013 Weneed ou.
. .sro&.a *0,,,e, TheNational Center for Voluntary Action.

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