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this arranged in the sub-committee, but when I got to the Cancer
Council in March, I found that somehow or other the New York
University's needs had been overlooked. I had really made a
terrible fuss about it at the meeting. I'm sure that everybody
was shocked to hear the tone that I took about this, and Dr.
Rauscher hurriedly said that the request for funds would be
paid. They might have to wait till after the first of July when
we got new .
Had you flown from California and went back to California again?
Yes, I did. I really don't to do things like
that, which for me are very tiring, unless I can get something
accomplished that's a substantive thing.
Then when I was in California, where I was for about two
months in a house in Beverly Hills which I rented, I made a
trip to Houston for the dedication of a heart and blood vessel
research and demonstration center at the Methodist Hospital at
Baylor that is headed by Dr. Mike DeBakey. There was
an excellent symposium, and Dr. Deakey and his associate, Dr.
Gotto, has a very elaborate effort to identify an enzyme that
would maybe be useful in the reversal of arteriosclerosis. If
this works, we really will have a long time of life.
You will be to know that there was a dinner in
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