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Do you really eat up there?
Yes, occasionally, but only on big occasions do we go there.
It's marvelous! It was absolutely marvelous! They came
to get me, and I thought we'd probably go to someplace in this
area, and they said, “We're going to [what is it?] 118th Street.”
I said, “Why in heaven's name are we going there?” “Well,
there's a great restaurant there.” I said, “I don't believe
you! What are we doing?” Well, we got there, and really there's
a marvelous view.
Great view, isn't it?
They had ordered a special meal. It was unbelievable,
unbelievable. (pause in recording)
I'm no longer on the Cancer Institute board, but I'm a member
of the advisory committee to the director of the National Institutes
Now, what does that entail?
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