The "Beautiful People" and the Lasker Syndicate

Eleanor Lambert

Mary Lasker carried on a correspondence from 1953 to 1990 with Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Berkson. Berkson was the publisher of the New York Journal-American, who died in 1959. The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism has a Seymour Berkson Fellowship. Mrs. Berkson is better known as Eleanor Lambert, who founded the famous International Best Dressed Poll in 1941. Lambert was the daughter of an advance man for the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus from Crawfordsville, Indiana, who came to New York in 1925. She made her fortune doing publicity for dress designers and the New York Dress Institute. With this in addition to her other connections, perhaps it is not surprising that "When her marriage to Reinhardt ended in divorce, Mary struck out on her own, originating a highly successful line of women's dress patterns and launching a number of other ventures that gave her an impressive income." (Moving force in medical research. Medical World News 1964 Nov 20, p 86.) "Hollywood Patterns" were manufactured by Vogue; the first patterns came out the day the banks closed in 1933, and the business flourished because the Depression forced women to make dresses at home. (From: Taken at the Flood. The Story of Albert D. Lasker, by John Gunther. Harper & Brothers, 1960.) Mrs. Seymour Berkson was head of the gifts committee of the Heart of America ball in 1962. (Aides Are Listed For Heart Ball At the Waldorf. New York Times, Feb. 4, 1962.) She also served on the National Council of the Arts, now the National Endowment for the Arts, at its founding in 1965.

Eleanor Lambert bio / Northwood University
Re: Lambert in New York Times Magazine 2001 Apr 16 / Jack O'Dwyer's Newsletter - PR Daily

"Focus: It took a ballot of 1200 people, a committee of 12 fashion editors and a secret lap-lunch of macaroni cheese to decide the Best-Dressed people of 2001. So why have we only heard of two of them?" Rebecca Tyrrell and Charlotte Edwards, The Sunday Telegraph 2001 Apr 22.

Re: The Best Dressed People of 2001 / The Sunday Telegraph 2001

The American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society's "Mother of the Year 2001" benefit, with Joan Rivers.

ACS "Mother of the Year 2001" benefit / New York Social Diary
ACS "Mother of the Year 2001" benefit / New York Social Diary pictures

ACS Annual Spring Gala honoring Regis Philbin, with Bryant Gumbel, Donald Trump, Ben Gazzara, Neil Sedaka, Gov. and Mrs. Pataki and others.

ACS Regis Philbin gala / New York Social Diary pictures

"4 Tonys gather at Bistro Benedetto to support American Cancer Society."

ACS / 15 Minutes Magazine

L'Ete du Vin charity wine auction benefiting the American Cancer Society. Their website was "designed in-kind by Nashville-based Anderson Thomas Design, Inc. Founded seven years ago, Anderson Thomas Design, Inc., has grown from free-lance work to a client list that includes Universal Studios, Warner Brothers, DreamWorks, Virgin/Starsong Records, MCA Records, Atlantic Records, Purity Dairies, and Thomas Nelson Publishers." Universal Studios and MCA Records are Seagrams subsidiaries. "In total, l'Ete de Vin has contributed more than $8 million to the American Cancer Society since its inception." News,, Fri May 25 2001.

L'Ete du Vin - ACS /

"Cartier, internationally famous jewelers, has held benefit sales for the American Cancer Society in New York City and Washington, D.C. within the year. ACS' New York City chapter received $88,000 from ticket sales alone to the affair, featuring society's elite, a Cartier spokesman says. The benefits coincide with a change in ACS policy. It has undertaken a million-dollar propaganda and lobbying attack on the tobacco industry." (Cartier Benefits ACS Work. The Tobacco Observer 1977 Aug;2(3):10, page 10.)

Cartier Benefits ACS Work, 1977 / UCSF (pdf, 12 pp)

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Mrs. Charles A. Dana Jr., Mrs. Thomas L. Kempner, Mrs. Milton Petrie, and Linda Gosden Robinson were on the 10-woman Advisory Council of The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in 2002.

Board and Society, 2002 Annual Report / Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (pdf, 2pp)

The Society for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's Special Projects Committee "Legendary Lovers Ball" at Cipriani 42nd Street, with Debbie Bancroft, Kathy Hilton, the Trumps, and others. (Cipriani 42nd Street and the Lasker Foundation are both located at 110 East 42nd Street. How convenient!)

SMSKCC "Legendary Lovers Ball" / New York Social Diary
SMSKCC "Legendary Lovers Ball" #1 / New York Social Diary pictures
SMSKCC "Legendary Lovers Ball" #2 / New York Social Diary pictures

SMSKCC Annual Awards for Excellence with Joseph & Hilary Califano, Dr. & Mrs. Henry Kissinger, Mrs. William F Buckley, Laurance Rockefeller, Roone & Gigi Arledge, Dr. Bob & Courtney Arnot, Daisy Soros, and others.

SMSKCC Annual Awards for Excellence / New York Social Diary pictures

Young Associates of MMSKCC Annual Gambling Party, with Rick and Kathy Hilton, Allison Rockefeller, and others.

Young Associates of MMSKCC Annual Gambling Party / New York Social Diary pictures

70s Disco for MSKCC, Oct 19, 2000, with Donald Trump and the Kochs.

MSKCC 70s Disco / New York Social Diary pictures

Antiques Show benefit for MSKCC.

MSKCC Antiques Show / New York Social Diary pictures

Mrs. Milton Petrie

"Mrs. Milton Petrie gave a luncheon at her Fifth Avenue apartment last week" to benefit MSKCC. Take a look at her tableware and the jewelry they're examining.

Petrie / New York Social Diary pictures

In 1994, Petrie Stores was merged into Toys "R" Us. The investor group was led by EM Warburg Pincus & Co. Milton Petrie and his wife Carroll owned 60.2% of the company. Mrs. Petrie was a director of Petrie, and also a Trustee of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Opera Association, The New York Hospital--Cornell Medical Center and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Other directors included Laurence A. Tisch of Loews Corp., and Raymond S. Troubh of General American Investors. Troubh is the "corporate governance maven" sent to deal with Enron, which was a donor to MSKCC.

Petrie Stores Corp. 1994 DEF 14A / Securities and Exchange Commission

In 1998, the Tobacco Institute and the Council for Tobacco Research were placed in receivership by New York State Attorney General Dennis C. Vacco. 88-year-old Milton Gould, a partner at LeBoeuf Lamb Greene and MacRae, who was appointed to run the Tobacco Institute, was "the attorney for the receiver of the stores that became the Toys 'R' Us chain."

Nan Kempner

Nan Kempner and Pat Buckley (Mrs. William F. Buckley) were chairwomen of the benefit in honor of Benno C. Schmidt, retiring as chairman of the board of overseers of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in 1990. Schmidt's wife, Nancy, was also a member of its board. (Benefits for Cancer and a Harlem School. New York Times, June 3, 1990.)

Nan Kempner's Book Party to benefit Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Her book, "R.S.V.P. - Menus for Entertaining from People Who Really Know How," includes Lasker Foundation director Deeda Blair, and royalties from the book go to MSKCC.

Kempner / New York Social Diary
Kempner / New York Social Diary pictures
Nan Kempner / Westchester Wag 2000

Cigarette Aficionados Go to War, by Elisabeth Franck. New York Observer, Apr. 9, 2001. "The power-smokers' short list includes Elaine's, where smoking is frequent at the tables in front of the bar; and Swifty's, where Nan Kempner said she used to puff away in her smoking days after the 1995 law,..." SO WHY DIDN'T NAN KEMPNER RAISE MONEY FOR SMOKERS' RIGHTS INSTEAD OF FOR THE ENEMY!

Franck / New York Observer 2001

Thomas L. Kempner

Nan. Kempner's husband, Thomas L. Kempner, has been the Chairman and CEO of Loeb Partners Corp., an investment banking firm, since 1979. He is on the Board of Directors of Dyax with Lasker Foundation Director James W. Fordyce. Both have been directors since 1995. Henry E. Blair has been a director since 1989, acting CEO since 1995, and CEO since 1997.

Dyax 2002 DEF 14A / Securities and Exchange Commission

Kempner has been a director of CCC Information Services Inc. since 1983. Herbert S. "Pug" Winokur, Jr. has been a director since 1998. Winokur was one of the founders of ICF Inc., which pass-through-contracted the crucial parts of the EPA ETS report, and was a director of Enron.

CCC Information Services 2003 DEF 14A / Securities and Exchange Commission

Kempner was on the Board of Directors of Northwest Airlines from 1989 until his retirement in 1998. He continues as a Director Emeritus. Fellow director Frederic V. Malek, who was president of Northwest from 1989 to 1990, has been a director of anti-smoker Sen. Frank Lautenberg's ADP since 1978. Malek was also a director of ICF during the ETS pass-through. Walter F. Mondale, former US Senator from Minnesota, was a director from 1989 to 1997 and again since 1997. He is also a director of CNA Financial Corp. (owned by Laurence Tisch's Loews Corp.) and the Mayo Foundation. Richard C. Blum, a director since 1989, is the husband of anti-smoker Sen. Dianne Feinstein, and Kempner is a director of Richard C. Blum & Associates. The financially-troubled airline instituted its smoking ban in 1988.

Northwest Airlines 1997 DEF 14A / Securities and Exchange Commission
Northwest Airlines 2003 DEF 14A / Securities and Exchange Commission

Richard Blum, investment banker and mountaineer, and founder of the American Himalayan Society, is a famous alumnus of San Francisco's Lowell High School, Class of 1953. Other famous alumni include Eugene Meyer, the father of Katherine Graham of the Washington Post; Walter A. Haas of Levi Strauss; Paul Hoffman's crony, James D. Zellerbach; Daniel Koshland Sr., father of Daniel Koshland Jr. of the Lasker Foundation; Norton Simon and former California Governor Edmund G. "Pat" Brown, 1923; William R. Hewlett of Hewlett-Packard; President Kennedy's press secretary, Pierre Salinger; Louis Bantle, former president of US Tobacco Co.; and investment banker Warren Hellman, 1951.

Famous Alumni / Lowell Alumni

Blum is a trustee of the Carter Center, along with David A. Hamburg of the Carnegie Corporation.

Board of Trustees / Carter Center

Recalled Governor Grey Davis appointed Blum to the Board of Regents of the University of California, for a term to run from 2002 to 2014. Blum is its Vice Chairman.

Board of Regents / University of California
Blum bio / University of California

Kempner has been a director of IGENE since 1981. Sidney R. Knafel, who bought the former Microbiological Associates, has been a fellow director since 1982.

IGENE 2002 DEF 14A / Securities and Exchange Commission

Kempner has been a director of Alcide since 1983. Director Joseph A. Sasenick held various senior management positions at Abbott Laboratories from 1979 to 1984, and at the Gillette Co. from 1970 to 1979.

Alcide 2002 DEF 14A / Securities and Exchange Commission

Kempner is on the Board of Directors of Therion Biologics. A fellow director is Brenda D. Gavin, DVM, President of S.R. One, the venture-investment arm of Glaxo-Smith-Kline, and formerly an epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control.

Board of Directors / Therion Biologics

Kempner has been a director of FuelCell Energy since 1988. Enron was one of the company's investors.

Fuel Cell Energy 2000 Annual Report / Corporate IR (pdf, 12pp)
Board of Directors / Fuel Cell Energy

Kempner has been on the Board of Directors of Intermagnetics General Corporation since 1988. Edward E. David Jr, of the Lasker-associated Washington Advisory Group, a director since 1987, retired from the board in November 2000.

Board of Directors / Intermagnetics
Intermagnetics 1995 DEF 14A / Securities and Exchange Commission
Intermagnetics 2002 DEF 14A / Securities and Exchange Commission

Thomas L. Kempner Jr. married Katheryn C. Patterson, daughter of Herbert P. Patterson, former president of the Chase Manhattan Bank (Katheryn Clews Patterson Wed to Thomas Lenox Kempner Jr. New York Times, May 27, 1979), and grandson of the inventor of the American Tobacco Company's cigarette manufacturing machinery.

The Loebs, Morgenthaus, Lehmans, Bronfmans, Kempners and Troubhs

"Our Crowd: How many people have their own name on chardonnay served at an event in their honor? The Sons of the Revolution of the State of New York honored a former U.S. ambassador to Denmark, John L. Loeb, Jr., at the reopening of the Adeline Moses Loeb Gallery at Fraunces Tavern in downtown Manhattan November 15. The Gallery was named after Ambassador Loeb's grandmother, who was born in Montgomery, Ala.

"Among those joining the celebration were two of Mr. Loeb's cousins: Chairman of Loeb Partners, Thomas Kempner, and District Attorney of New York County, Robert Morgenthau. Mr. Kempner and Mr. Loeb both call Adeline grandma; Mr. Loeb and Mr. Morgenthau share a set of great-grandparents, Meyer and Babette Lehman. Meyer Lehman was one of the three founders of Lehman Brothers, the investment bank." (The Knickerbocker, by Gary Shapiro. Forward 2001 Nov. 30.)

Shapiro / Forward 2001

John Loeb Sr. was a founder of Carl M. Loeb & Co. with his father in 1931, which became Carl M. Loeb Rhoades & Co., Loeb Rhoades & Co., and Loeb Rhoades, Hornblower & Co. John Harsen Rhoades Sr. was an executor of the will of Isaac Newton Phelps, a trustee of the Central Trust Company of New York. Sanford Weill acquired Shearson, which then acquired Shearson Loeb Rhoades from John L. Loeb Sr. In 1980, Weill sold Shearson Loeb Rhoades to American Express, then re-acquired it in 1988, and eventually merged them all into The Travelers and Citibank, which became Citigroup.

Chronology of Sanford Weill's Career / Wall Street Journal Books
Citigroup's Ancestor Companies 1812-2000 / Citigroup (pdf)

"Interests associated with the New York investment banking firm of Carl M. Loeb, Rhoades & Co. have won control of the Cuban Atlantic Sugar Company by electing six directors. John L. Loeb, senior partner of the firm, was elected a director, chairman of the board of directors and a member of the new executive committee at the meeting of the board yesterday. The board also was increased from ten to eleven members... Mark J. Millard and Clifford W. Michel, also partners of the banking firm, were elected directors of the company. The Loeb, Rhoades group also elected Edgar M. Bronfman, Harold F. Linder, and Stuart N. Scott." Blanco Calas, a Cuban investor, and Richard S. Buell of the law firm McLanahan, Merritt and Ingraham, were also elected. Through its subsidiaries, Cuban Atlantic Sugar controlled the largest sugar properties in Cuba, with about 10% of the country's raw sugar output. (Loeb, Rhoades Interests Take Control of Cuban Atlantic Sugar. New York Times, Dec. 6, 1956, p. 68.) Linder was a general partner of Carl M. Loeb & Co. from 1933 to 1938.

Carl M. Loeb Jr. was president of the Health Council of New York (Health Council Elects. New York Times, Jun. 1, 1954.) "Partners of Carl M. Loeb, Rhoades & Co." gave Harvard University $86,359.29 in 1956 for the Carl M. Loeb University Professorship. "The partners gave $413,640.71 in the previous quarter and this gift completes the $500,000 professorship fund." (Gifts to Harvard, January 1 to March 31, 1956. Nathan Marsh Pusey, page 15.) Archibald Cox was the Carl M. Loeb Harvard Law School University Professor at the founding of the Health Effects Institute in 1980.

Carl M. Loeb, Gifts to Harvard / UCSF (pdf, 36 pp)

Carl M. Loeb was a member of the Citizens' Committee of the Citizens' Campaign Against Bootleg Cigarettes in 1977. Other members included John M. Walker Jr., the son of Dr. John Mercer Walker, S&B 1931 and first cousin of President George H.W. Bush. (Memorandum from Alan Miller to Bernie Robinson, of Philip Morris, Mar. 11, 1983.)

Miller to Robinson, Mar. 11, 1983 / UCSF (pdf, 9 pp)

John Loeb Sr. was a director of 20th Century-Fox in 1962. Fellow directors included Samuel Rosenman and Milton Gould, who was appointed to take over the Council for Tobacco Research and the Tobacco Institute when they were placed in receivership in 1998. They voted as a bloc against Darryl Zanuck, and resigned when they lost 8 to 3. (link died:

John L. Loeb Sr., who died in 1996, was the brother of Henry A. Loeb, and Margaret Loeb Kempner, Tommy's mommy. John Loeb Sr.'s daughter, Ann Loeb Bronfman, is the former wife of Edgar Bronfman Sr.

John L. Loeb, Sr. / Internet Obituary Network

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Loeb were patrons of Project HOPE in 1964. Fellow patrons included Mrs. Albert D. Lasker and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rosenman, page 16.

Project HOPE Patrons, 1964 / UCSF (pdf, 69 pp)

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Loeb were among 100 of the closest friends of Mrs. Albert D. Lasker, who were invited to a dinner dance in honor of Gerald Van Der Kemp, chief curator of Versailles. (Mrs. Lasker Is Hostess to 100 At Fete for Versailles Curator. New York Times, Dec. 5, 1970.)

Hugo J. Gelardin, Vice President of Loeb, Rhoades & Co., was a trustee of Ernst L. Wynder's American Health Foundation between 1971 and Nov. 1973.

Hugo J. Gelardin obituary / Cornell Magazine 1998

"John Langeloth Loeb '24, LLD '71 (hon), died on Sunday, Dec. 8, at age of 94. An investment banker and philanthropist, Loeb was one of Harvard's most loyal and active alumni... Over four decades Loeb funded many faculty positions, numerous scholarships for graudate and undergraduate students, and a variety of academic programs in different parts of Harvard, including the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAC), the GSD, and the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), among others... Loeb's strong personal interest in health and nutrition focused his attention on the School of Public Health, where he served on the Visiting Committee from 1949 to 1954. 'The School of Public Health benefited immeasurably from John Loeb's contributions as an advisor and friend over the past half century,' said Dean of the School of Public Health Harvey V. Fineberg... the Loebs in 1994 decided to set aside a substantial portion of their estate in the form of a deferred gift to Harvard. Their commitment, the largest Harvard has ever received from a living donor and, at that time, one of the 10 largest private gifts ever made to American higher education, was then estimated to have a present value of $70.5 million." (Harvard Benefactor and Friend John Loeb Dies at 94. Harvard Gazette, Dec. 12, 1996.)

John L. Loeb Sr. obituary / Harvard University

David M. Cutler, Harvard (Economics) 1987, Ph.D. (Economics), M.I.T 1991

The Loeb money has funded swarms of John L. Loeb Associate Professors, such as David M. Cutler, who produced "How Good a Deal Was the Tobacco Settlement?: Assessing Payments to Massachusetts" and "Behavioral Health Interventions: What Works and Why;" and Gary King, who had a $4.6 million grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Behavioral Health Interventions / Harvard University (pdf, 52pp)
David Cutler CV / Harvard University
Gary King CV / Harvard University (pdf)

The economic impacts of the tobacco settlement. DM Cutler, J Gruber, RS Hartman, MB Landrum, JP Newhouse, MB Rosenthal. J Policy Anal Manage 2002 Winter;21(1):1-19. These frauds pretend that "the value of health benefits ($65 billion through 2025 in 1999 dollars) from increased longevity is an order of magnitude greater than any other impacts or payments." This phony "value" was pulled out of thin air by arbitrarily pretending that it "costs" between $100,000 and $200,000 (an arbitrarily chosen value of life) for each year of life lost (as determined by deliberately using defective studies to falsely blame smoking for diseases that are really caused by infection), and pretending that this is how much smoking costs society. It's entirely fictitious, as fraudulent as Bernie Madoff's "investment profits!"

Cutler et al. - J Policy Anal Manage 2002 full article / MIT (pdf, 19 pp)

Forecasting the effects of obesity and smoking on U.S. life expectancy. ST Stewart, DM Cutler, AB Rosen. N Engl J Med 2009 Dec 3;361(23):2252-2260. They falsely claim that "If past obesity trends continue unchecked, the negative effects on the health of the U.S. population will increasingly outweigh the positive effects gained from declining smoking rates." They ignore the fact that death rates from the leading cause of death, heart disease, have declined just as much since the late 1960s among smokers as among nonsmokers; and the fact that heart disease death rates by age have shown no trace of an increase.

Stewart - N Engl J Med 2009 abstract / PubMed

"He served as assistant professor of economics from 1991 to 1995, was named John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Social Sciences in 1995, and received tenure in 1997. He is currently the Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics in the department of economics and Kennedy School of Government and recently completed a five-year term as associate dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for Social Sciences... Professor Cutler served on the Council of Economic Advisers and the National Economic Council during the Clinton administration and was senior health care advisor to Barack Obama's Presidential campaign. Professor Cutler also advised the presidential campaign of Bill Bradley. Among other affiliations, Professor Cutler has held positions with the National Institutes of Health and the National Academy of Sciences. Currently, Professor Cutler is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research and a member of the Institute of Medicine." He is currently Senior Fellow at the leftist Center for American Progress.

David M. Cutler / Center for American Progress

Cutler is co-author of a fraudulent "workplace wellness" study: Workplace Wellness Programs Can Generate Savings. Katherine Baicker, David Cutler and Zirui Song. Health Aff (Millwood). 2010 Jan 14. [Epub ahead of print]. They claim that "medical costs fall by about $3.27 for every dollar spent on wellness programs and that absenteeism costs fall by about $2.73 for every dollar spent." It's methodological rubbish because it indiscriminately lumps together all types of interventions, from self-help educational materials (81%, the highest proportion) to incentives (31%, the lowest proportion): "Seventy-five percent of programs focused on more than one risk factor, including stress management, back care, nutrition, alcohol consumption, blood pressure, and preventive care, in addition to smoking andobesity." Preventive care might include genuine prevention, such as flu shots, for which the nonsense shares credit. There is no evaluation of any actual medical outcomes, nor of how the supposed "savings" were measured, or possibly, calculated on the basis of charlatan hype. Savings were claimed for reduced absenteeism, an effect which can be achieved merely by letting it be known that the bosses disapprove of taking a day off. And "savings" would be entirely fictitious in companies that don't pay for sick days in the first place. Also in the real world, employees use their sick days for vacation time, so these frequently don't even reflect actual illness. But the authors merely state that they "monetized absentee days using the average hourly wage rate in 2009 of $20.49" to arrive at their claim of $2.73 return on the dollar.

Baicker - Health Aff 2010 abstract / PubMed

John L. Loeb and Benjamin J. Buttenweiser were investors in Medscape as trustees of a Robert A. Bernhard fund. Medscape is now part of WebMD Corp. (formerly Healtheon). Buttenweiser was a partner of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., and a trustee of Lenox Hill Hospital with John J. McCloy.

Medscape 1999 Form S-1 / Securities and Exchange Commission

Raymond Troubh's wife, Jean Troubh, is the daughter of Henry Alfred Loeb, former president of the American Metal Company and Vice Chairman of Loeb Partners. Loeb's sister, Margaret Loeb Kempner, was married to Alan H. Kempner, the father of Thomas Kempner, chairman and CEO of Loeb Partners. (Margaret Loeb Kempner, 102, a Benefactor of Young and Old, Dies. The New York Times, Jan. 7, 2002; and: Henry Alfred Loeb '29. Princeton Alumni Memorials, April 22, 1998.)

Henry Alfred Loeb '29 / Princeton Alumni
Margaret Loeb Kempner / New York Times

Princess Liliane of Belgium

Mary Lasker and Florence Mahoney were houseguests of Princess Liliane during a 1962 cardiology symposium in Belgium. The Princess established the Fondation Cardiologique Princesse Liliane in 1958 when her first child was born with coarctation of the aorta. (In Memoriam. H.R.H. Princess Liliane of Belgium. By Denton A. Cooley. Texas Heart Inst J 2002;29(4):238-239.)

Princess Liliane obituary / PubMed Central 2002

V International Symposium on Atherosclerosis, Nov. 6-9, 1979, in Houston, Texas. Under the auspices of the International Atherosclerosis Society, with Mary Lasker and Princess Lilian as Honorary Sponsors. Robert I. Levy, then Director of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, was on the Ad Hoc Advisory Committee. The role of infection was of no interest to this bunch. It was funded by numerous pharmaceutical companies.

V International Symposium on Atherosclerosis, 1979 / UCSF (pdf, 50 pp)

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