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I think it's just as exciting at this stage as it is later on.
Yes, but they don't see it that way. They want to have
things fixed, settled. They don't want to have 5,000 telephone calls
to their newspaper saying, “Where do you get it?” when it isn't in
Well, if they presented the stories in such a way that people
would know that it wasn't available. . .
Mrs. Brewer also gave me a copy of an article. It's very
difficult to read. It has to do with Rous sarcoma virus.
That's a virus that was discovered many years ago
at the Rockefeller Institute by Dr. Rous. You know, chickens have
a thing called Marek's disease, which is also viral in origin
and which chickens are vaccinated against. And that eliminates
Marek's disease in chickens, that's viral in origin.
But not cancerous.
Yes, Marek's disease in chickens is a cancer.
Well, shall we go now to high blood pressure? You wanted to
talk about that before.
High blood pressure we expect will have about $15 million
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