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You're going in the fall.
Yes. Mrs. Johnson is coming to visit me, if I'm able to go, this August.
Abroad, you mean?
You're going to Paris?
Yes. Would you like all this stuff? This I wanted to comment
on. I think this is interesting. This is funny. This is Senator Feroy
who is very sweet about it, his relation with me and my efforts. I
wanted to say that I have urged my friend Freddle Brisson to get
Rose Kennedy to let his dramtize her biography which she is now
writing, with the help of Robert Coughlan and here's a letter he
wrote about this. This I want to talk to you about when I'm here
again, and maybe if I'm here we could have another visit, a short visit.
All right. You wanted to say something about the new policy of
the Lasker Awards when you're focussing on one particular thing.
Yes. I don't think if necessary we'll do it every year
or maybe not ever again, but so much has developed in the field
of chemotherapy that I felt that if we gave our whole attention
to the chemotherapy of cancer, that perhaps many people would be
saved, many doctors would learn and many laymen would learn that
there's hope where they now think it's hopeless, and that it would
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