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Dr. Michael DeBaky. You haven't got that clipping? I didn't send it to you either? Well. I should send you the clipping, shouldn't I.

Q:

Yes, for inclusion with this.

Lasker:

And then I should send you a copy of the citation, which, as you will see, is extremely flatterings.

Q:

I certainly want that citation. I want to include it as a part of this.

Lasker:

You will really laugh because it's so flattering.

Q:

Well, it's a considerable honor and I think you earned it.

Lasker:

Well, what's said would satisfy anybody. The only thing is, really it's in place of -- I would much rather have had the money that we needed, not the words: Because I would rather have had an exemption of medical research from cuts than to have any recognition of any kind.

Q:

There was a ceremony?

Lasker:

No, there was no ceremony. It was done at the very end. Now,



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