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they?

Lasker:

They do. They've got a whole campaign at the Ad Council.

Q:

What new wrinkles are going to be employed by the Ad Council?

Lasker:

Just ads tying in the whole idea with the Red Cross. People don't usually think about going to a Red Cross chapter to get any help or to a clinic in anything but just to give blood, don't you agree?

Q:

Well, I don't know, Yes, I guess so.

Lasker:

They don't think of getting any medical help.

Q:

Well, that brings a question to mind. . .

Lasker:

I can give you what they sent me, but I don't know that you want that.

Q:

I think I would.

There's a question I should have asked you earlier when you were talking about the possibility of vaccine against cancer. In Dr. Gallo's letter to you, he points out that one of the matters of concern (and I think he probably expresses it as a matter of urgency) is the fact that now he believes that the cancer virus he's working on is also in the human blood and can be transferred



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