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I am the chairman.
Yes. And whom are you naming to it?
Oh, Dr. DeBakey and a lot of good doctors -- Dr. Gutterman --
a lot of people that I've worked with on other things.
How big a committee is it going to be?
Oh, it'll be about twenty-five or something like that.
And what will be their purpose then?
Their purpose will be to be willing to testify to the need
for funds, to develop some new institutes, and generally be supportive
of the concept of more funds for medical research and doing more in
the field of medical research.
So they will undertake some of the things you've been doing
down in Washington.
Well, I don't know what they'll really do, but they'll help
me in some way in the sense that some of them may help me with getting
witnesses or being witnesses themselves. Some of them have some
political connections or know some of the politicians.
That sounds-like a very constructive step, but it's going to
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