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That's terrible. At Houston. He's the head of a very large medical
Now, Mrs. Brewer says that in connection with the forthcoming
meeting of the American Cancer Society in September, where you're
going to be in attendance, when they talk about the. . .
You mean the meeting on vaccine?
Yes, the feasibility of developing a vaccine.
That's what we're going to discuss at the meeting --
the feasibility. Some biologists will say, “Of course it's feasible.”
Other people will say, “You can't do it, from here” or something
or other. If you get some of them worked up about the importance
of it. . . Now we would save over 150,000 lives a year. I can't
help but think that some people won't have some ingenious ideas
about how to develop a practical vaccine. Don't you think?
Yes. And your foundation will have the Statistics.
Oh, we have all the statistics.
To present to them.
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