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Eventually when they have more space and when the
plans are finally made and their operational funds begin to
be available, this should be a major force in the control
and the elimination of cancer. and eventually ateriosclerosis.
Now maybe people eventually will die of arteriosclerosis, but
actually people should have more chance to die of Just old age.
It's such a debilitating disease, before death.
Oh, both of them are just terrible, and there has to
be some easier way to end the lives of humans on earth.
No other program in the history of the world has focussed
on the training and care aspects of 71 percent of the deaths
of the western world. This is really what it is. And the
minute that antibiotics cleared the infections up, and the
drugs against TB cleared away TB and the fear of polio was
eliminated by vaccines, there was a hiatus, and nobody moved
to say what's next? And these things are next. There was a big
gap in action. These things hadn't really been focussed on
and it's only really just beginning now. That's what I wanted to say.
The struggle to get clinical research funds on a
larger scale. with NIH grants. made me appeal, as you remember,
to the President at the President's Club Dinner last June
In '66. I think I told you, while sitting next to him at
a table laden with flowers and $$ white candles, that we
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