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are being tossed in the air by the President's Cancer Commission.
Oh, the President isn't interested in cancer particularly,
but I do have a letter from Nancy Reagan. I went to see her in
the spring and asked her if she wouldn't go with me to visit the
National Institutes of Health, and she said she would. You know
her father is a surgeon.
Oh, he is?
Yes. I have to see where my letter is.
So she does have some medical knowledge
Yes, and her brother is a surgeon, and she said she would
go. However, when it came down to going, she had to go to Europe
with her husband.
Well, she certainly did that. She's not her own boss.
So she wrote me and said she couldn't go because she had
to go to visit Windsor Castle and Versailles with her husband.
Well, and a few other things they had up their sleeve.
Yes. What have I done with that letter? I think I gave it
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