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will this continue to he the case?
I don't know. I'm hoping it will up to a point because
if you'd be able to tell by a sufficient refinement of image
whether a tumor is benign or malignant, it would be a tremendous
advantage, wouldn't it?
Certainly. It would spare people some opperations.
It would reassure people even if they had to have
operations. But I think this is going to go on, and it's also
going to be helpful in diagnoses of cardio-vascular diseases
It is already, but greater refinements are going to make more
improvements in the diagnosis of cardio-vasclar disease.
Then we gave an award to Dr. Guillemen and Dr. Schally,
who developed In other words, it's a development
of the hypothalms. It's a hormone of the hypothalmus.
Then we exploring the hypothalnaus. It's a gland of the body
that triggers the pituitary and that has mainly were explored by
these two men, who are bitter enemies. They hate each other.
How do they work together?
They don't work together. They did at one time and the
don't how and are very hostile to each other.
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