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PROFESSORS J. Frank Yates
(right) and Allan Smith presented
differing views yesterday on "The
University of Michigan a Decade
After BAM," a three-day conference
at the School of Education on the
1970 class boycott.

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'U' Prof. Yates: a decade later,
BAM goals remain unachieved

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@oalition of individuals who were not
connected by a central ideology.
Individuals, in the end, had to carry
out the BAM agreement and deal with
negative attitudes in the black com-
munity, she said, and this caused BAM
to die.
Yates said the University needs to
change its approach in dealing with

blacks. He said most faculty members
do not care when a 'student gets into
academic trouble, and that the
prevailing attitude on campus is that
students shouldn't expect such support.
Yates called for a change in faculty at-
titudes, in the structure of support ser-
vices, and in the attitudes of ad-
ministrators who assume that black
students will not succeed at the Univer-

sity.
Students speaking on the black
challenge for the 80's said they will
focus on the basics of quality
achievement, assessing present needs
of black students and faculty, clearly
defining to the University what those
goals are and holding the University to
its reponsibilities.

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.Cancer Society revises annual

check-upr
NEW YORK (AP) - With evidence
mounting that early detection does no
good in lung cancer, the American Can-
cer Society said yesterday it no longer
recommends routine annual chest X-
rays for heavy smokers..
The society also revised recommen-
ations for tests for cancer of the cer-
'ix, colon, rectum and breast after a
study by Dr. David Eddy of Stanford
University of the cost versus effec-
tiveness of such tests.
A STATEMENT from Dr. Saul
Gusberg,. the society's national
president, said the revisions "deliver
essentially the same health benefit as
the previous recommendations at a-
greatly reduced cost, risk and incon-
enience."
But Gusberg cautioned that they ap-
ply only to people who don't have any
symptoms of cancer. People with sym-
ptoms should see a doctor immediately,
he said.
For lung caner, thesociety dropped,
a recommendation that-people with a
higher-than-normal risk get an annual
chest X-ray.
"HIGH-RISK" persons were those
over age 40 who are heavy smokers or
Owork with known carcinogens like
asbestos..
Eddy's study concluded that tests for
lung cancer, which include chest X-.
rays and sputum cytology, a test based
on mucous from the lungs, do indeed
detect the disease at an early stage. But
he said lung cancer is so hard to cure
that "there actually is evidence from a
half-dozen studies that such early
detection does not reduce mortality."
Besides, Eddy said, X-rays them-
Welves carry a small health risk and
there is "serious risk" of. wasted time
and money when tests are "false-
positive," that is, they indicate a can-
cer where none exists.
In other revisions, the society:
" Dropped a recommendation for an
annual Pap smear to detect cervical
cancer, recommending instead a Pap
smear every three years for women
aged 20 to 65 and those under 20 who are
sexually active.
Eddy said most cervical cancer is
preceded for five years or more by a
condition called carcinoma-in-situ,
which the Pap smear can detect, and so
checkups don't need to be so frequent.
" Dropped a recommendation that
men and women over 40 get annual
tests for blood in the stool and an annual
exam with a proctosigmoidoscope, an
instrument that looks for cancer of the
colon and rectum.
0 A1NUAL STOOL tests can be

commendations

KEN GOLDSMITH, M.D.
Ex cttive Director

GARY BASS, Ph.D.
Interviewer

delayed until age 50, the society said,
and the uncomfortable sigmoidoscopic
exam can be done every three to five
years after age 50. Again, pre-
cancerous conditions for these diseases
often exist for years before cancer
develops.
" Strengthened its recommendations
for the use of X-rays to detect breast
cancer. The society previously urged
routine annual mammograms for
women over 50, those over 40 with a
family history of breast can<er, and

those over 35 with a personal history of
breast cancer.
Now it also recommends a
"baseline" mammogram at about age
35 and urges women under 50 to decide
with their doctors whether to have an
annual breast X-ray.
Stopped recommending only
"periodic" physical checkups for can-
cer, recommending instead a general
physical every three years for persons
over 20 and every year for persons over
40.

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