Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 36
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June 23, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 36

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Chapter of the Order of Star Tuesday evening «t Initiates Three AlllUlIlvO miiivv to the 43 guwtt. THURSDAY, JUN1 2S, 1900 Stiw*»tt»»Pttn program at Jen •eyvttle this evening. Refmfr riieliiutKMd arthritis was pwpwidjgf twtay *yOt, Char- American Rheumatism Aasod- attorn He pointed an accusing finger at "rttiit cells." These ait cells that tend to cluster outside the capillaries, small veins and small arteries, they are also found in sktn, heart longs, gastro-mtesti- Mat tract and membranes surrounding Joints, all tissues that tmdtfid changes In connective tisftttdiseases such as rheuma- 1 told 'arthritis. Mail cells are also known to secrete or contain three powerful chemical substances; hepar- In, which prevents blood clotting; histarttae, which dilates capillaries, and serotonin, which" acts like a hormone and helps transmit nerve impulses across brain tissue, ft Is also believed that cortisone, which temporarily suppresses Joint swelling but may cause increased inflammation of blood vessels, acts by stimulating mast cells. Dr. Smyth, an associate professor of medicine at the University of Colorado, suggested that tltis chain of events leads to chronic joint inflammation and formation of scar tissue around blood vessels. First some mechanical, chemical or allergic damage occurs near a blood vessel. Mast cells then release their granules into the jelly-like matrix into which connective tissue fibers are imbedded. If steroids, such as cOrtisones, are given, the mast cells may be stimulated into releasing heparin. An arthritic patient who receives a minor skin injury while he is taking the cortisone may thus develop an Ineffective blood clotting mechanism. This actually shows up as vascular skin lesions or hemorrhages on the hands and forearms in many /•arthritic patients. Because of the presence of mast cells and histamine, capillaries may be dilated, fluid ac cumulate and edema result. Finally, granules released by 11 the Mast cells would form scarj tissue from collagen fibers. In i j chronic inflammation, mast cells! increase in numbers and eventually a. scar tissue composed I largely of collagen fibers is'.j formed. Serotonin may enter the, picture by stimulating the pro-) duction of fine fibers. Leaders of Science Back RoleofU-2 WASHINGTON, (Science Serv-i ice) — America's top science executives generally agree that the U-2 spy flight was justified and recommend that this type of flight be continued, a telegram and telephone poll discloses. Begun immediately alter the U.S. announcement that the U-2- was a spy plane, the poll by Science Service revealed that 71% of those responding favored the flight and believed such flights should continue. ', Most of the poll was conducted | before President Eisenhower an-| nounced that the U-2 flights over) Russia would be abandoned. The scientists were asked to an- : s\\er simply yes or no to this ques- j lion; Was the U-2 flight justified' and should thi'sc espionage flights continue? Many of the scientists,; however, added their reasons: "If Russia were an honorable) country the answer would be 'no'. But since they are so unwilling to let our people travel over there, the answer is 'yes', in the interest at self-preservation." Another scientist answered, "Military intelligence is the foundation of defense. Therefore, no nation can, without peril, neglect any ingenious method for gaining information about possible dangers. 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