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of people could be so perverse.
Do you have widespread legislative backing for this change?
I think that everybody in Congress will think it's
routine. I don't think there'll be any trouble. Or if there's trouble, I don't think it can be very serious, because this
is certainly the intent of it.
Will Senator Hill spearhead this for you?
He's the only person who can because he's the head
of the legislative committee in the Senate and by far the
most interested person in the operation of the institutes.
Mrs. Lasker, you mentioned a moment ago the annual budget
as presented by the President. I was interested in reading
in the press at the time what he said about medical research
and so forth. He felt that it was something of a triumph
that there was no indication of a major cut in this area.
Oh, certainly, he added about 65 million dollars,
but this isn't very much when you consider that the budget
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