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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Promising new leads recorded by moon (Renter) Scien- H. K. Mills, of Rice University, Calling it "the most exciting burst lasted for almost 12 in multiple sclerosis announced Friday that an said the phenomenon was discovery yet" from the lunar March 7. instrument left on the moon has recorded by an instrument left scientific packages, they saiil an The question of whether water recorded what appears to be a at the Fra Mauro region of the instrument sent back data on a lies below the lunar surface has lunar geyser of water vapor. moon by the Apollo 14 astro- burst of water vapor ions. These long been a matter of Dr. John W. Freeman and Dr. nauts. are charced particles and the versv amons lunar NEW YORK (AP) A U.S. .suffer from MD, and nave found the process of tifie hen house in is no proven cure, chemicals derived from chickens with major may hold the key to the even controlling treatment ble oils, including oil from of wasted muscle. of muscular dystrophy, the the mostlv hereditary yellow safflower plant, Dr. Milhoral, suggests cle-wasting scourge of the Little About arc disabled been able to show with some likely it will be League age group. plck'ly, confined for gree of consistency the possible to reverse Among mankind's great cri wheel chair and bed. The n piers, musculer dys trop h y j tional medical bill is m. makes a special target of young lion esses in chickens that paralle MD. This constitutes the firs such demonstration in any in man." At the million research institute, sponsored by the boys and afflicts males five at New York's ing Dystrophy Association six times mort frccjuently thar Muscle Research, there cautious hope that Dr. Ade Milhorat, director o .s the institute, says that doctors also work with a small number of research Muscular dystrophy, caged chickens the chemicals fail to provide some of whom a group of 30 diseases, this human and treatment, the studies at Duchenne muscular marked by progressive lead to "a more the most ing and wasting of half are a special understanding of the cause form of the muscles, the skeletal breed afflicted by nature of muscular for the French near the body's disease that Moreover, he says, some first discovered its At least people in muscular the chemicals sometimes Duchenne MD between the ages of two aTlX H i j By 11 years, victims mostly are confined U) wheel UIK j, l VICTIMS 9h die before adulthood if weakening of their is To? makes it difficult for M 2 -y sometimes V 3: or the o 1.9 V becomes lethally form- of MD, Ihe i _ scapulo humeral affects the face, "id and arms. Face BllliKr> i