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talked to them about what they've done about finding central
management for a cancer center. I must do that. They have the money to go ahead with the building.
I would think that such a person would exist.
Certainly they exist, but, you know, the dean has to
find him, and the dean is not terribly dynamic in this area.
As unbelievable as that may seem to you.
On another subject, you told me about the hope you had
that there would be an interchange of information and cooperation
between the French and the U.S. in terms of cancer research.
This wa started by having a dinner with Mme. Suzanne
the minister of health, last fall (1975) at Versailles with
Dr. Rauscher, the head of the Cancer Institute. There were
letters exchanged by them and efforts are going forward in the
field of chemotherapy, virology and I think immunology. But
the efforts are not really large. They don't involve large
sums of money as yet. I tried to get President Ford through a
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