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The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 2, 1984 - Page 5

'U'Hospital
performs
,3rd heart
transplant
By ARONA PEARLSTEIN
A 39-year-old man yesterday became
the third person to undergo a heart
transplant operation this year at Un-
S'iversity Hospital.
- Dr. Marvin Kirsh, one of the four
surgeons involved with the operation,
said the patient was doing well yester-
day after receiving the heart of a 19-
year-old Saginaw man.
THE PATIENT, a southeast
- Michigan man, who asked not to be
:identified, suffered a heart attack in
June. Without the operation, Kirsh said,
the man might have lived only a few
months on his weak heart.
w The patient must now survive the
critical period that lasts from seven to,
ten days when his body could reject the
new heart or an infection could set in.
So far, there is no cause for concern,
Kirsh said.
The operation began at 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday night and was completed at 4:
a.m. yesterday morning.
The parents of the donor, David
Godak, decided to donate his heart,
liver, and kidneys after his brain stop-
ped functioning when he fell off the
hood of a car.
The first heart transplant at Univer-
sity hospitals was performed in May on
a middle-aged Detroit man. The second
operation was on a two-year-old girl.
Both are doing well, though they must
regularly return to guard against com-
plications.
According to John Woodford,
Executive Editor of the University
Hospital's Public Information Office,
more transplants will be performed in
the future.
"We have a prepared, well-trained
(transplant) team . . . that is not only
made up of surgeons, but also nurses,
4 anethesiologists, social workers, and
others," he said.

Gandhi's son appeals
(Continued from Page 1) covered body lay on a bed of ice at her
for "people of all persuasions, par- childhood home, the Teen Nurthi
ticularly the active political workers House.
and public servants, to exert them- More than half a million people stood
selves to the utmost and restore sanity in a two-mile-long line to view the flag-
and harmony. draped body of the slain leader.
"To subject Sikhs as a whole to In expressing his sympathy, Pope
violence and indignity for what a few John Paul II said he prays that God will
misguided persons have done, however give peace to the souls of the dead and
heinous their crime, is most irrational "grant to the living to understand that
and unbecoming of our heritage of not with violence but with love is a
tolerance," the statement said. future worthy of man constructed."
AS HER son met in emergency session "They are many, unfortunately, and
with the Cabinet, Gandhi's flower- in many regions of the world," he said.

for peace
Among world leaders who have an-
nounced plans to attend the funeral
were British Prime Minister Margaret
Thatcher, Soviet Prime Minister
Nikolai Tikhonov, Japanese Prime
Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone and Fren-
ch Prime Minister Laurent Fabius.
The United States will be represented
by Secretary of State George Shultz and
Jeane Kirkpatrick, U.S. ambassador to
the United Nations, along with two
senators and two congressmen.

Petition pushes 'weatherization' proposal

(Continued from Page 1)
proposal.
Rose said he supports the new
proposal because imposing minimum
requirements on landlords is the least
the public can expect.
"It's an unfortunate case that a
tenant's house is a landlord's invest-
ment," Rose said.
Michigan Student Assembly
President Scott Page said he personally
supports the proposal, and MSA will
vote on whether to endorse it in two
weeks.
Most city council members contac-

ted last night declined comment until
they had read the proposal, but Doris
Preston (D-5th ward) said "the city has

Family Portrait
President Reagan is surrounded by White House staff on the steps of Air
Force One at Andrew's Air Force Base yesterday. Reagan kicked off a 10-
state campaign finale in hopes of a 50-state sweep on election day.

done a lot to support weatherization"
and attempts have been made to "put
more teeth into it."
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