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were really interested. And we got an agreement from
Dr. Rauscher and the French to put up money on the American
side and the French side for meetings and some cooperative
But on our side at this meeting with the British
Ambassadress, the Director of the Cancer. Institute wasn't
present. I'm not sure he would have been much help, this
present one, than the others that came were. None of the
British had expressed any specific interest in doing anything
like this, they told us. Well now, it's only to the British
advantage if they care about conquering this disease. No?
Are you going to have a chance to be around when the
British doctor comes over in September? Are you going to
pursue it further?
Well, I don't know. I don't know. If they don't
want to go ahead with it, we'll just have to find British
doctors that do. It really takes a little time to find who
really cares about doing anything.
In France, we knew Dr. Mathe and Dr. Israel and several
other doctors, who really wanted to do something, plus the
fact that we made friends with the woman who is the Minister
of Health, Mme. Well, who thought it was a good idea.
She's quite a hot number, isn't she?
She's wonderful. And Dr. Rauscher, who was then the
head of the Cancer Institute, was, you know, rather
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