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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., May IS. 1974 Gain in Bone Cancer Fight built-in antidolc against side cf- By Frank Carey DALLAS (AP> New ad- vances against possibly the worst form of bone cancer in chiUrcn arc being achieved abou( with a combination of chemicals feels of the "fooler" drug in the huge doses employed. liosen, of Memorial Hospital 'I for Cancer and Allied Diseases, in a which includes a "rescue worker." physiological report to the First National Con- ference Childhood Cancer sponsored by the American This was reported Friday Society. Dr. Gerald Rosen, a New York) nc 'this brigade of cancer specialist. He said chemical bedfellows is new combination includes: I. Andriatnycin, an antibiotic drug: 2. cyclophosphamide, a drug related to the World war I used as a backup to surgery. lie said it has significantly increased the "disease-free sur- vival" of youngsters affected the past four years, 115 school age children (spreading) disease have been treated with the combination. He said 89 of liiem. 78 percent, have now remained free of dis- ease from two months to three "Clearlv. (Continued from Page 3.) Ryan. S.S. Serv. Kve. 7. Wed. eve. Hillside AVesleyau Church 2GOO Isl avc. NW. Richard Ernst. S.S. Serv. Eve. 1. eve. 302 33rd st.' NE. Clifton W. Kllerbeck. S.S. 10. Serv. 11. -The Next to l.ust Lovely 42mt and Wenig rd. NE. Don K Maple. S.S. Serv. is too soon to "Do Not Be Worried and Up- make a definite statement as tois whether or no, adjuvant motherapy has increased the ID. .serv. 10. cure in osleogenic sar liosen said. "However at this time, it has Kignifieantl> increased the disease-free sur- Remained Free nitrogen mustard 3. massive doses of I teogenic sarcoma, mcthotrexate, a drug designed: to "fool" cancer cells into be- lieving they need it for nourish- ment; and 4 a form of vitamin I? known as "citrovorum factor rescue." Built-in Antidolc The latter is the "rescue which serves as a The latter is a malignancy which usually affects the body's long bones, such as the legs. And it has a great tendency to spread to the lungs despite sur- gery designed to remove the original growth. Rosen reported that during Grandparents Spread News About Children's Disease MIAMI (AP) At an age when most people are relaxing and enjoying life, the John Ro- manos are girding for battle with the little-known children's disease that took the life of their only grandson. John Romano, 73, and his wife Margaret, GO, are having a med- ical alert printed listing the symptoms of Reye's Syndrome. They plan to send copies to ev- ery one of the nation's nurseries and to playgrounds and parents' groups. "We can't do it all at Mrs. Romano said Thursday. "We have to do it in bits and pieces. We only have a small income. "But we're willing to work 20 hours a day out of every 24. We will go to every state just Florida. We intend to alert them all over the country." Their grandson, John's name- sake, died May 7 of Reye's Syndrome. The deaths of four other Mia- mi children and others across the country have been attribu- ted to the disease in the past few months. Doctors say all might have been saved by quicker diagnosis and expert treatment. "If we had only known about the other cases and the way those children had been affect- ed, we would have taken little John right to the hospital, not to his pediatrician. He's a good man but he never heard of Mrs. Romano said. The child suffered from a fe- ver, a backache and vomiting. He was taken to the doctor, who said it looked like intestinal flu. When the youngster went into a coma later the same night, he was rushed to a hos- pital. He died 12 days later. Since the death of young John, the Romanos have studied everything they could get about Reye's Syndrome, which kills by damaging the victim's intes- tbes, liver and brain and often follows a mild respiratory Ul- ness. "We don't want to cause a I Romano said, blinking! with a bone cancer called "os- vival in those patients that have received it." He said that sometimes drug called vincristme, derived from the periwinkle plant, is used in the combination. There have been published re- ports that methotrexate, the "fooler" drug, and its "rescue worker" antidote, are being em- ployed alone as a purely pro- phylactic measure against any cancer recurrence in the case ol young Teddy Kennedy. The 12-year-old son of Sen. Kennedy (D-Mass.) had his right leg amputated just above the knee last November after being stricken with a form Of bone cancer called "chondrosar- oma." The latter is a malignancy originating in cartilage associat- back tears. "But I wish some- body had created a panic for us. If my daughter-in-law had known anything about this, we would have been ahead of the game. "We honestly believe God took our little grandson for a specif- ic reason maybe to warn oth- er he said. ed bone, whereas os- teogenic sarcoma originates in the bone itself. Young Kennedy's doctors have said there is no present ev- idence of any recurrence. Brooklyn Woman Charged In Shootinq of Ex-Husband HANNIBAL, Mo. (UPI) Poweshiek county officials said Friday that charges of kidnap- ing and assault with intent to do great bodily injury have been filed against a Brooklyn mother after she allegedly shot her ex- husband Thursday night. Poweshiek Atty. Dick Vogel said the Charges were filed against Mrs. Betty Arlene Car- ney, 45, after she allegedly shot and kidnaped her ex-husband. Dr. Robert Carney, 45, of Grin- nell. Carney was listed in satisfac- tory condition at a hospital here with a bullet wound in the thigh and a hand injury. Mrs. Carney was being held in the city jail here and is expected to be returned to Iowa on Monday when she will face a preliminary arraign- ment. Vogel said Mrs. Carney is expected to waive extradi- tion. 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Weekly, 20, of New- liall, has been charged with drunk driving. Linn deputies arrested him early Friday. He allegedly drove on Johnson avenue NW and on highway 30 west of Cedar Rap- ids at a high rate of speed. He was hild in the Linn coun- ty jail later Friday under bond. Advertisement GET RID OF THAT FAT Lose 5.10.25 or more pounds of excess fat without missing a meal with this Plan that can help you slim down. TheX-11 Reducing Plancontains a tiny tablet, easily swallowed, that com- bines ingredients to combat hunger, appease appetite, supplement vita- j mins. No strenuous exercise. Over 500 I million of X-ll tablets used fill over i America. Company founded in 1928. i X-ll Reducing Plan costs S3 largo 1 economy size S5. (let X-ll now. Your I money refunded by manufacturer if you don't lose those pounds no ques- j lions asked. At most drug stores. 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