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But in order to do this, do I understand that you sold
your Foujita's (L. Founita, Japanese painter)?
Yes. Not all. I have one left and one drawing
You have one little girl left?
I could have done this anyway, but it just happened
that a Japanese dealer came and offered me four hundred
thousand dollars for eight Foujita's, and I thought this
was quite a lot of money and that I actually didn't need
the Foujita's, and I would love to have that money to do this.
But you saved one?
I have one upstairs and I have one drawing.
Well, a couple of years ago, you sent your entire Foujita
collection to Japan, and you sold some at the point, didn't
Well, yes, but only three, I think, then. As you
know, I had quite a large number of them. I should have
had about two hundred. It would have been better.
Well, anyway, we'll know much more about it -- six
months from now, we'll know much more about it a year from now.
But there's no doubt that a non-toxic drug that
shows response against osteogenic carcinoma and against cancer
of the breast, and now against myelomas and lymphomas, that
Dr. Merigan has treated, is something of great interest.
It's a natural occurring agent that's non-toxic, and the material
has become less toxic since it's been more purified by Dr. Cantell.
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