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through blood transfusions and so forth.
Oh, boy, that's going to make trouble, hmm?
He mentions that in his letter, and that's a very dangerous thing,
it seems to me.
I'm going to read this statement of Dr. Gallo's onto the
tape here in the hope that you will pick it up and use it at that
gathering in September.
I will do that. I'm glad that you pointed it out to me,
because I did not notice that. That's terrible.
This is in his letter of April 14, a letter addressed to you
from the National Cancer Institute, and he said:
“An additional pragmatic point is our recent finding that
some normal blood bank donors have this virus in their blood.”
Boy, every blood bank will have to have a test for the virus
I would think. That's really something. I've got to get a copy of
that letter to take with me.
Yes, I think so. He's going to be there. He may well bring
it up anyway.
Are you going to have any particular name person heading
up these spots on television?
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