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No. So it seems to me that this is a whole new field of endeavor
opening up for you.
No. I'm not going to work on that. I'm going to let them find
out about what it does first. I'm interested in the things that we
know about and that we know take this great toll of life, like heart
disease and cancer and stroke. I'm going to let either work on pollution
Then I have here an article from the NEW YORK TIMES, January 1970,
shortly after we met last, from Washington -- it deals with six rare
hereditary disease that are being forced to give up their crucial
secrets. Doctors at the National Institute of Neuroxlogical Diseases
and Stroke are hoping to apply an ingenious method, to supply the
enzyme activity that is faulty because of a hereditary disorder.
Jopjer's disease, Niven Pitt disease, Fabry's disease --
I wonder if you --?
I don't know anything about it. I know that I got the Neurology
and Stroke Institute established originally through Senator Pepper, and I got the name changed through Senator will.
Here is the whole works.
I believe you were in the midst of a sentence?
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