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Isn't that exciting?
It is exciting. So they've gone on from leucocyte to immune.
Yes. Now, Dr. Gutterman should some time do a tape for you
on his experiences with interferon, because he's the leading clinician,
the biggest authority on interferon clinically, in the world
at the moment. He could easily do a tape -- let's say next winter
or next fall and give a summary of what the results have been.
That would be very useful I'm sure.
Very useful and very much to the point.
Well, now, Mrs. Brewer said that you were going to tell me
about some of the exciting things that he was doing with immune.
Well, he is giving it to people who have, say, kidney
cancer, for which there's really no good treatment.
No, it's almost a hopeless case, isn't it?
And breast cancer which has recurred. And he's had very
good response with immune. And at the same time I think he's giving
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