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agency that are working on this are going to do. Maybe they'll do something like that.

Q:

Do they think in terms of cartoons?

Lasker:

Maybe not cartoons, but they often have people that are supposed to be patients, with dialogue, but not cartoons.

Q:

Well, as I view television, and I do it very rarely, but as I view it, I often come across cartoon-type things, animated Disney-type things, you know, which is what people seem to understand.

Lasker:

Yes. Well, I'll see if I can get them to do something like that.

Q:

This is an entirely different subject, but it's a follow-up on what we were talking about last year, but it does have some relation to high blood pressure and the effectiveness of the campaign, and that is the use of this drug, colostaromane, which you told me about a long time ago and which last year you said you thought you would ask Dr. Cooper at the Upjohn pharmaceutical concern to see if some effort couldn't be made now to purify this drug so that it could be. . .

Lasker:

I'm going to see him in the next two weeks. I'll ask him.



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