Medicine: Cancer & Krebiozen

Over a 500-watt local radio station comes the well-modulated voice of Narrator Walter McGraw in a soft-sell, sincere-sounding pitch for "a fair trial for Krebiozen." (The recording bore the imprint of Manhattan Adman Robert M. Marks, fronting for the Krebiozen Research Foundation.) Into the mails every month go 25,000 or more copies of the Bulletin of the Citizens Emergency Committee for Krebiozen (pronounced Kre-by-ozen).

The American Cancer Society's last fund drive was bedeviled by protest cards (thoughtfully provided by the Krebiozen lobby) reading: ". . . I will resume my support of the A.C.S. when your organization supports the truth about Krebiozen...

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