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Well, this is the program for that.
May I have a copy of that?
I had a copy and I took it from the luncheon.
You can have another one.
I loaned it to a friend and I never got it back, so --
That's what always happens, isn't it?
Yes. Sort of made me less generous in the future.
Well, I've received numerous awards.
Well then, first complete what you were going to say about the
Lasker Awards for 1977.
Yes. 1977, we had the jury meeting and the decision was to
give the awards in the field of prostaglandins.
In the field of what?
Prostaglandins, which is -- they're a group of -like substances
that were recently, in the last twenty years, just identified in the
body, and they have great importance in the
body, not all of which are fully understood. Many of which are not
understood. The efforts have just been really been undertaken in
the last few years, to try to use them clinically.
How did the committee happen to focus on that particular subject?
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