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Lasker:

Yes. Well, they're very much on the frontiers. They're Dr. Bonadonna and Dr. Veronesi.

Q:

Milan, aren't they? They're both in Milan.

Lasker:

Milan. And they're very much -- they're very cooperative and they're very advanced in their clinical trials. In fact, Bonadonna --

Q:

Now, they work with the National Cancer Institute, do they?

Lasker:

They are supported by the National Cancer Institute, and the British could get a lot of trial support by the National Institute of they really wanted to. The National Institute has the money to support foreign trials, if they're outstanding.

Q:

Well, if they actually knew about it and --

Lasker:

Well, I suppose you'd have to put an advertisement in the paper to tell them, you know?

Q:

Well, here again, it's picking the right men.

Lasker:

It's picking the right people. I think that there has to be somebody somewhere who would like to do more.

Well, let's get on to the exciting parts of things.

Q:

All right, fine. Well, do you want to finish the social end of it first?



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