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Learning in English what they're doing.
Well, now, this is also a problem with the Russians, isn't it?
Yes, it's very hard. Nobody knows enough Russian to read
a medical paper in Russian. I can sometimes read a French paper,
because the words are very similar. New drugs and new ideas are
quite easy to read about in French.
But these other languages are more difficult.
Beyond me completely.
Well, now, to tie in with that, you might say something more
about the June visit to California and the President's cancer panel
meeting, Armand Hammer. . .
He was chairman of it.
Tell me about that.
Well, Armand is very interested in virology now and in monoclonal
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