Medicine: Cancer Crusade (Cont'd.)

"But for Heaven's sake! Are you going to build a Chinese wall around new methods?"

Herbert Livingston Satterlee, lawyer brother-in-law of J. P. Morgan, last week flung aside his usual self-restraint and snapped the exclamatory question at Dr. John Augustus Hartwell, president of the New York Academy of Medicine. Mr. Satterlee as lawyer was asking the New York State Department of Social Welfare's permission for San Francisco's Drs. Walter Bernard Coffey and John Davis Humber to operate a cancer research laboratory and clinic at Huntington, L. I....

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