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Oh yes. Yes. Benno Schmidt, a layman, was one of
the crucial ones.
So that matter is being corrected somewhat?
You won't get the 200 million but you'll get something Bear to it?
Well, it wasn't as much as 200 million for training, I
don't think, was it? That much? It was 200 million for all NIH,
all the Institutes of Health.
200 million was appropriated in 1972 --
-- for all the Institute a of Health.
For all the fellowships.
No, I don't think you're going to get anything close
to 200 million, because while I think the Cancer Institute got some money
back, I think maybe we got 36 million, 40 million, something like
that. We didn't get all the money back for the other Institutes.
We got quite a lot back for cancer. But then they didn't give it
back to heart and all the other Institutes in the same amount that the
Cancer people got theirs.
How does that stack up with some of the earlier remarks
of the President himself, in January?
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