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there, but if you see who says what, you can deal with them afterwards and say, “Well, now why don't we do it?” and see which heads of the pharmaceutical companies (are there), but you have to have it made and delivered to every pharmacy in the world practically, and you finally have to get them to move. And most of them can imagine that it would be very profitable. I can also point that out to them.

Q:

I take it that you're going to be a very acute observer of. . .

Lasker:

Who is doing what. But they'll have people to ask them what they're really going to do. I hope it will be in the press. I mean I hope the press will cover it, because once somebody realizes that there is such a possibility, there will be thousands of other people that would like to urge that it be expedited. Don't you think?

Q:

Yes. Well, is that angle of it being investigated? Does the press know it's coming forth?

Lasker:

Well, I'm going to do my best to see that they will know it. But they don't think they know it now at all. None of them. You see, the press is extremely doubtful about everything until it's made and has been tried on a few people and so on. We'll see what happens. I don't know.



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