His abdominal injection of radioactive gold "cooled off" enough not to menace visitors,* cancer-stricken Secretary of State John Foster Dulles last week got another visit from the President. Himself an old hand at convalescence, Eisenhower did little of the you-look-fine cheering, instead settled right down to therapeutic shop talk about Berlin. Though wearied from the rigor of the gold and the million-volt X-ray treatments, Dulles was strong enough to have hopes of talking this week with Britain's Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. One plan discussed by White House staffers: if Dulles continues his recovery of strength he might be helicoptered up...

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