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small amount of interferon in a bottle, which I can show you.
I'd like to see what it looks like.
I'll get it for you.
No, no, no, not now. Later.
Okay. All right, on high blood pressure I am distressed
because in '80 and so far in '81 we are not... the death rate has
not, in heart or in stroke, lowered from what it was in '79.
Oh, it has not gone down.
No, and I don't know whether this is because there was
more flu of a devastating nature and that people who were fragile
anyway with heart attacks and cancer died more frequently, but
it has leveled off. It has not seriously gone up, but it has
not gone dramatically down.
But it did for several years, went down dramatically.
It went down dramatically, dramatically. Now I'm worried,
and I should before going to Europe have a meeting with people
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