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You'd better put it in an envelope and seal it.
At any rate, here's the letter. I think should
type what it is -- here -- so you'll have it.
Now, that's the situation as far as the Heart Bill and the non --
I have just not gotten stroke really moving. Of all issues, I have
just not made it.
And that was the first thing you started out on.
No, not the first, but it was one of the first. It's the
one where I've failed. In the meantime Paul Hoffmen has had both his
heart attack and a stroke. And the Coronary Care Unit at Lenox Hill
which was put in as a result of the efforts of Dr. Eliot Corday and others -- I
mean, you know, the whole business of intensive coronary care bas become
fashionable as a result of the funds that were available for regional
medical centers, as well as some of the heart funds -- so that
wouldn't have existed without our efforts, because there wouldn't have
been the funds and the ideas wouldn't have been able to be funded.
It's a doubtful thing, because with this you catch people only
when they're, you know, despeately ill and --
Damage has been done.
But you're on the road now. You've got some tangible plan in mind.
I have some tangible plan in mind, but it's going to take a great
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