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I remember you told me that story. And she has also,
she's helped you with the National Congress on occasion,
Yes. She went to lobby with me this spring in
the House, and a little bit on the Senate side. She's a
very good lobbyist. She doesn't know the subject as well
as I do, but she will. I think she's going to help me
in the future.
How can she do that and have a column too?
The column doesn't take her a lot of time.
She lives on the West Coast, doesn't she?
She lives in Chicago, and the column takes her a few
days a week, and she knows how to write it far ahead. She
works for, let's say, two weeks. She can write enough for two
months, because she works very intensely. Do you ever
read the column?
It's in the News. Very amusing. Very full of sense.
Very entertaining. And she's in over nine hundred newspapers.
I know it's a syndicated thing.
It's a huge circulation. Now, where are we?
Well, we're going to deal with cancer activities.
Yes. Because of Jane's recurrence of her cancer, I
was very worried about what other drugs could be used, once
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