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Oh, I think about $150,000, about. That's that.
This I'm going to include in the record, the tribute of Roger
Then I see that I was present when the President signed the
act for the Kennedy Center. You know it was made Kennedy Center by
an act of Congress just after the death of President Kennedy. I saw
here, clutched in among this group --
This is President Johnson -- oh, this was carried in the initial
program, was it? Kind of a brochure?
Well, it's a program, you know those programs people have, not
Well, it's a dedicatory sort of program.
Here's an article by Sir Alexander Haddom on the status of
cancer research. Here's an article by Sidney Farber on the status of
cancer research currently more or less, and here's a letter that my
sister wrote thanking Mr. Gessen and Mr. Charles Allen of New York for
their help in the sysnthesis of the human growth hormone by Dr. C.H. Lee,
which I got Mr. Gessen involved in and he involved Mr. Allen.
Now, another thing that we did this year that was rather useful
was that we brought out our National Health Education Committee's facts
on the major killing and crippling diseases in the United States today,
and it was distributed to key pessonnel of the NIH, the Veterans
Administration, the NIH Advisory Council and sections, pertinent House
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