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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta June 13. TH1 UffHMUPOi New cancer evidence uncovered FUR COAT STORAGE TIME THE LETHBRiDGE FURRIERS PHONE 327-2209 HONEY HARBOUR, Ont. (CP) A German scientist says he has uncovered new evi- dence that suggests viruses may causa human cancer. Harald zur Hausen of the Friedrich Alexander Universitat zu Erlangen-Nurnberg told the annual Canadian Cancer Re- search Coherence Monday of his findings. He said that genetic material of the so-called EB virus has been found incorporated into the genetic material of the cells of a rare cancer of the nose and throat. Dr. zur Hausen said finding the virus in fe tumor cell raises a "good possibility" that other human cancers might be caused by viruses. He said particles of the actual virus were not found but its presence was traced because part of it caused the cells' membranes to produce a spe- cific antigen. The EB virus has previously been implicated in causing Bur- kitt's type of can- ceri common in Africa. Dr. zur Hausen said that if vi- ruses cause cancer, vaccines can be produced against them. However, the viruses will have to be inactivated in some way to ensure that the vaccines themselves are not cancer-pro- ducing. SUGGESTS COMPUTERS Harold Newcombe, head of the biology and health physics division of the Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. at Chalk River, Ont., said computers should be used to follow the life histories of people to determine what new drugs are factors in the formation of cancer. Marketing any new pre- scription drug is an experiment with human guinea pigs, which should not be wasted by lack of a systematic followup, he said. Dr. Newcombe said records could be kept of the first people taking a drug. Any ef- fects of the drug, immediate or long term, could then be traced. has ways totefcw say Great Valuestoo! A Beautiful Gift. 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Such ceilings would give a specialist annual gross earnings from the Ontario Health Insur- ance Plan (OHIP) of approxi- mately allowing four weeks' vacation a year. A college of physicians spokesman said office overhead and other expenses would .ac- count for about leaving :hes2 specialists with an annual income of about The college's medical review committee would investigate those doctors whose billings ex- ceed the patient formula and may recommend that OHIP re- duce or disallow part of the bil- Recently the college, which governs the doctors in ths province, announced a patient services formula for general jracticioners and next scheduled to announce one for surgeons. Airport security costs vary OTTAWA (CP) The cost of airport security varies from seven cents a passenger to a passenger at Canadian air- ports, while it averages 34 csnts a passenger in the U.S., the Commons transport committee learned today. The committee was hearing testimony from A. C. Morrison, president of the Air Transport Association of Canada, on a proposed bill to provide for se- curity measures at airports. Mr. Morrison said his organ- ization feels the cost of security should be borne by the federal government. Although Canadian National Railways has its own security forces to protect its property, he pointed out that airport se- curity is carried out on a much larger scale, with every passen- ger being searched. It was often a question of na- tional security, because hijack- ings often resulted in demands for the release of prisoners, or other actions that affected the country as a whole. The government was request- ing the tight security and should pay for it. On the question of cost, Mr. Morrison explained that the cost varied with the number of personnel needed and the num- ber of passengers handhd. Distillery workers favor union break VANCOUVER (CP) Mem- bers of Local 153 of the Dis- tillery Workers Union have voted 86 per cent in favor of getting out of thsir internation- al union, President Will Trem- blay announced here. Commenting on the in-plant vote of employees of Park and Tilford in North Vancouver, Mr. Trernblay said the members in- structed their executive to find a more suitable international affiliate within the Canadian Labor Congress. The North Vancouver vote is similar to one taken recently at Hiram Walkers' plant in Walkerville, Ont., resulting from refusal of the interna- tional headquarters in New Jer- sey to siqport the strike of brother unionists at Seagram's Distillery here. Carefree Fashion he'll Live in ail Summer. Special Timely Offer for this Big Event! Buy today and Save! Vi-; A. Textured acetate and polyester blend styled with the ever-popular crew neck and easy zipper closing. Smart contrast trim. 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