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or have you other figures, or have you given up?”
Now, this is something you instigated?
Yes. That's right.
Dr. Gutterman has such standing in the medical profession that he
will be listened to?
Well, he'd be listened to by any chemotherapist, because he
has standing with chemotherapists, although there are not more than a
thousand chemotherapists, if that many, in the United States. The
surgeons are the people that see the cancer patients first, and the
surgeons are really loth to do anything with difficult drugs, because
the patients complain, and it takes care, it takes time to take care
of patients that have drugs that are difficult for them. You know?
And certainly most are not enthusiastic, but they're gradually coming
around notwithstanding, because they see too many good things
Well, it will be interesting, say, in a year's time, to see what
result this summary has achieved.
Yes. Well, we have to hope that it -- that we arrange good
distribution for it, because it's terribly needed. There's a lot of
information, but just not evaluted or not summarized.
You'd think that this would be something that the National Institute
of Health would be interested in doing.
Yes, they would be, but they're afraid to distibuter recommend what
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