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Oh yes, there's great enthusiasm to get the money. Oh, for
the idea, immunotherapy? Anybody who knows anything about it is
interested, yes, anybody who has any right to know anything about it is
interested, thinks it's hopeful.
Would you also talk about Hodgkins' disease?
That's another disease in which there are a large number of
hopeful cures being made -- these long regressions -- with a group
of drugs and also with X-rays.
I read a little about it and what I read stressed that there
was a team approach in the solution of this problem.
Yes. In the University of Stanford, in California, Dr.
Kaplan has been very successful as a radiologist in treating one stage
of Hodgkins, and an associate Dr. Rosenberg has been very successful
in treating Hodgkins with three or four different drugs in rotation.
They have really changed the outlook for Hodgkins patients dramatically.
Is this a unique approach to the solving of cancer?
Well, I think the use of a group of drugs in rotation is new.
A group of doctors working in different areas?
No, there are centers like Memorial and Brasil Park and at
Childrens Hospital in Boston -- M.D. Anderson -- where there are
groups of people working.
Do you expect that under the new cancer federal setup this idea will
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